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REFLECTIONS 75 








Westwood, Massachusetts 

REFLECTIONS 75 is the fourth yearbook of Edmund W. Thurston 
Junior High School. It is a product of the combined efforts of junior 
high students and volunteer staff. We hope that REFLECTIONS 75 will 
be a pleasant reminder of our years here at Thurston. 

The school year beginning in September, 1974, was one of challenge, 
innovation and exploration into many diverse fields. Perhaps the most 
far-reaching and novel concept of all was marked by the birth of the 
SUNRISE experiment. Pupils in this program really became a family 
within the mainstream of the student body, enjoying field trips and 
totally integrated learning experiences. There was also a variety of mini 
courses to meet the widest range of individual student interests and the 
invaluable Career Exploration meetings. 

Certainly the regular school program was immeasurably enriched by 
such co-curricular activities as WOSC, whose program culminated in 
the unforgettable Philadelphia trip; the memorable production of THE 
Boy Friend; the humanitarian endeavors of Operation HOW; the 
opportunities for social growth provided by the many school dances, 
especially the Student Council's semi-formal; and the all eighth grade 
field trip to see A Separate Peace which provided an opportunity for 
the utilization of one segment of Boston's vast cultural resources. 

Special credit is given to yearbook advisors Ms. Solodar and Ms. 
Montesano. Special thanks go to Mr. Abbott, Mr. Burke, Mr. Geary and 
Mr. Swann for their assistance, and an extra big thank-you to all the 
students who gave so willingly of their time and talent to make 
REFLECTION 75 a reahty. 



Betsy Abbott 

Valerie Allen 

Liz Alpert 



Gina Amado 

David Amdur 

Canice Angelici 



Lisa Antell 

Karen Antonellis 

Mark Arakelian 



Steven Asbrand 

Cathy Atchue 

Michael Aymie 



Susan Barry 

Lynn Agar 

Sterling Barrett 



Scott Darling 

Stephen Beltramini 

Cheryl Bernson 



Larry Bero 

Laurie Bigelow 

Lisa Birch 



Jeff Bobrick 

Matt Bolster 

Tricia Bonner 



Michelle Borden 

Sabrina Bower 

Billy Bardy 




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James Russell, Principal 









Susan Breese 
Bob Brooks 
Paul Broughton 



Jeannette Brown 
Pam Brown 
Linda Bryant 



Jon Bullis 
Kathy Buttrick 
Charlisse Bynoe 



Peter Cakridas 
Robyn Calisti 
Francis Callaghan 



Kelly Carey 
Kevin Carson 
Bernard Carter 



Becky Carver 
Anna Marie Casale 
Beth Casey 



Pam Casey 
Sarah Chapin 
Peter Clark 



David Clay 
Janet Cobb 
Susan Collette 
Frank Connell 
Kim Connelly 
Lisa Corlito 

Jimmy Cosgrove 
Carol Creasi 
Kevin Criss 
Carmen Crocker 
Susan Croke 
Liz Crowley 



Linda Cucci 

Jane Cummings 

Joan Cummings 

David Corkery 

Anthony Cossette 

Peter Daitch 

Carol Dalton 

Patty Davenport 

Raleigh Davis 

Cathy DeAngelis 

Marea DeAngelis 

Sally DeAngelis 

Mark DeBenedictis 

Sylvia DeGregorio 

Jane DeSisto 

Raye DeWolfe 

Hugo DiMartino 

Doreen DiMascio 




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Seventh Grade Superlatives 
Most Versatile: Richard Johnson, Lislie Ferraro 
Most Popular: Chuck Mundt, Michelle Keating 
Best Personality, Dotty Kallenberg, Jack Devaney 
Cutest: Lynn Agar, David Scales 
Best Dressed: Valerie Allen, Bobby Smith 
Most Considerate: Karen Wolfe, John Mazzarella 
Funniest: Kelly Carey, Jon Gibbons 
Smartest: Kathy Powers, Paul Broughton 
Most Musical: Robyn Calisti, Allen White 
Most Artistic: Nancy Procaccino, Paul DiMattia 
Most Athletic: Tricia Bonner, John MacLellan 
Most Likely to Succeed: Kathy Powers, Joe Toffo- 
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Paul DiMattia 
Dan Dion 
Cathy Doherty 



Chris Donovan 
Sean Dowd 
Noreen Devaney 



Susan Downes 
Joyce Eldridge 
Diane Elwinger 





Richard Erlandson 
Donna Ferrara 
Leslie Ferraro 
Mike Ferry 
Martin Fitzgerald 
Chuck Flahive 



Doreen Fleming 
Tim Foley 
Bob Forsberg 
John Fountas 
Keith Fowler 
Arlene Gabriels 

Keith Gardner 
Delores Garufo 
Greg Gaudio 
Eddie T. Gavin 
Eddie Gavin 
Mark Gavin 

John Gerlach 
Susan Gerlach 
Jon Gibbons 



Mary Beth Gilroy 
Darren Glover 
David Glover 



Michael Glynn 
Mary Ann Gonser 
Bob Goodale 



Gary Guindon 

John Hallion 

Mike Hampton 

Ed Hanley 

Karen Hansen 

Scott Hayes 

Billy Hickey 

Gerard Hill 

Lauren Hill 

Allan Heyd 

Richard Hopkins 

Terry Horton 

David Howitt 

John Hurley 

Richard Johnson 

Cheryl Jones 

Dotty Kallenberg 

Tom Kane 

Michelle Keating 

Beth Keller 

Joe Kelliger 

Colette Kelly 

Christine Keough 

Donna Kilburne 

Carol Kinne 

Robert Knox 

Stephen Kusmin 

Bernadette Lambert 

Becky Lambert 

Stephen Lane 



Lisa Legge 

Jane Lohrer 

Daniel Lord 

Greg Love 

Janice Luke 

Kenneth Lundberg 





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Mark Lynch 
Susan Lynch 
Craig Lynn 
David Mac Elhiney 
Lisa MacLean 
James MacLeay 

John MacLellan 
Barry MacQuarrie 
John Magee 
Lisa Mancinelli 
Steven Marram 
Scott McConnell 

Colleen McDevitt 
Sandra McCormick 
Kevin McGrath 
Evon McRae 
Jean Meriden 
Wendy Miller 

Mark Moriarty 
Kim Morse 
Richard Mortelliti 
James Mulgrev^ 
Bonnie Mulhane 
Chuck Mundt 

Christina Murphy 
Denise Murphy 
Philip Murphy 
Donna Nash 
Elaine Nee 
Robin Nichols 

Michael Norton 
Kevin O'Brien 
Melissa Ogden 
Richard Ogilvie 
Dan O'SuUivan 
Rose Pallis 



Dan Palmer 
Diana Petrakos 



Lisa Pinciaro 
Chris Poli 
Kathy Powers 
Linda Pratt 



Nancy Procaccino 
Marianne Provenzano 
Tom Qualtieri 
Neil Rasmussen 
Mike Reardon 
Lois Reason 

Paul Re illy 
Kathy Reissfelder 
Dan Rice 
Ann Rinaldi 
Kevin Riordan 
Eileen Roach 




Band Officers 

President: Richard Clegg 

Librarians: Anita Murphy, Sandra Cook 

Sergeant at Arms: Sterling Barrett 



World Organization Study Club 
President: Susan Flynn 
Vice-President: Kay Montgomery 
Secretary- Treasurer Katryn Elwinger 
Managers: Jon Bain, Curt Bigelow 




Student Council Officers 

President: Lisa Rossetti 

Vice -P res.: Betsy Ratto 

Secretary: Vick Quinn 

Treasurer: John Barden 




Nancy Rogers 
Wayne Rollins 



Dan Romaine 
immy Rose 
oe Ruggiero 

Richard Saari 




Cliff S allele 
David Scales 
Russell Scarlata 
Ted Schweitzer 
Randy Scollins 
Beth Scott 

Barrie Sesnovich 
Jennifer Shamlian 
Barbara Shea 
John Sheingold 
Todd Simms 
Debbie Singer 




John Skelly 
Jeff Smith 
Susanne Snyder 
Debbie Spark 
Laura Spark 
Ron Stapleton 

David Stasey 
Bobby Steeves 
Donny Stivaletta 
Jay Stoebel 
Jordan Stone 




Warren Washburn 
Page Webber 
Cheryl Weinstein 
Kathy Welch 
Donna West 
Allen White 

Mary White 
Rosemary Wieners 
Alex Williams 
David Williams 
Sheri Williams 
Eileen Winn 

Maura Winslow 
Susan Wisialko 
Karen Wolfe 
Gary Yessaillian 
Greg Zaff 




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Mrs. Hayes 



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Miss Niman 



Mrs. Porter 



Ms. Brady 



GUIDANCE 





Mrs. Mullins 



Mr. Wenners 



Mrs. Gladstone 



FOREIGN LANGUAGES 





Mr. Shevchuk 




Ms. Montesano 



Mr. Duncheneau 



Mrs. Irvine 



Mrs. Donnenfeld 



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Mrs. Campbell 



Mr. Monaghan 



Miss Trisorio 



Ms. Brediger 



HEALTH & P.E. 





Mr. Downes 



Mr. Harris 



Ms. Hubbard 



Mr. Crowe 



SOCIAL SCIENCE 




Mr. Jackson 



Mr. Brown 



Mrs. Gallagher 



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CAREER ED. 




LIBRARIANS 




Mrs. Pond 



Mr. Burke 



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Mrs. Walker 




Mrs. Chamberlin 
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Mr. Baker 





Dwight Aspinwall 
Billy Babcock 
Paul Badger 



Jon Bain 
Karen Balabanis 
Lara in Balekjian 



Brian Beaulieu 
Jon Benner 
David Benson 



Sharon Bernsen 
Curt Bigelow 
Julie Bishop 





Linda Bloom 
Kevin Brawley 
Tom Broderick 
Lori Brooks 
Alan Brown 
Bonnie Brown 

Philip Brown 
Carolyn Buonato 
Kevin Burke 
Michael Buteau 
Robert Cannata 
Brian Cappuccino 



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Robbie Carbonaro 
David Carlson 
Denise Carr 
Mark Carver 
Richard Cerullo 
Damon Collins 

Paul Condrin 
Ed Conley 
Doug Crawford 
Richard Creasi 
Joan Cullen 
Sharon Daher 

Laurie Daitch 
Bob Daley 
Liz D'Amario 
Tori Dare 
Ann Deacon 
Billy Deacon 

]ulie Delaplace 
Dawn Denny 
Sean Devlin 
Sally Dew 
Greg DiCregorio 
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Kim DiPiertro 

Richard Doherty 

Robert Doherty 

Maureen Donlon 

Billy Donovan 

Karen Doull 

Kirt Doursounian 
Ken Downes 
Diane Doyle 

Jennifer Drayton 
David Easland 



Glenna Edson 

Paul Engeian 

Maura Fitzpa trick 

Susan Flynn 

Sharon Foster 

Suzanne Fuller 

Joe Gattozzi 

Paul Gaughan 

Phyllis Gavin 

Niel Geary 

Sarah Gelotte 

Lauren Gerulskis 

Lee Ann Giberti 





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Ann Gillespie 
Judith Gillespie 
Betsy Gillis 
Adam Gilmore 
Mary Alice Glaser 
Carla Gomes 





Eighth Grade Superlatives 
Most Versatile: Betsy Ratto, Dan Watson 
Most Popular: Carolyn Rosenfeld, Mike Fabiano 
Best Personality: Melissa Johnson, John Barden 
Best Dressed: Lisa Lynch, Dan Watson 
Most Considerate: Kathi Kaligian, Jim McCafferty 
Funniest: Mary McGinnis, Chris Lund 
Smartest: Margaret Schmitt, Denis Roche 
Most Musical: Lisa Rossetti, Charlie Pappis 
Most Artistic: Linda Leonard, Ameer Atallah 
Most Athletic: Ann Deacon, John Kerivan 
Most Likely to Succeed: Pat Kontrimas, Joe Gundal 



Ed Gonsalves 
Joe Gundal 
Chris Haley 
Carol Hamwey 
Ellen Hanley 
Amy Hanlon 

Eddie Harnett 
Angelo Hasiotis 
Scott Hayward 
Katie Hazen 
Susan Healy 
Paula Henderson 

Jimmy Herendeen 
Laura Hess 
Jean Higginbottom 
Jennifer Horton 
Ed Huber 
Ann Ihnatko 

Tom Jacobs 
Sharon Jamgotchian 
Lauren Jar vis 
Melissa Johnson 
Buddy Kane 
Leela Kapur 




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Cheryl Keegan 
Maureen Keough 
Barbara King 
Robert Kuppens 
Leona Lamme 
Richard Landry 

Carmen Lazzaro 
Linda Leonard 
Tom Lindemayer 
Marcia Lobosco 
Chris Lund 
Scott Mackey 

Tom Magri 
Nancy Maloof 
Jimmy McCafferty 
Lorraine McCarthy 
Bryan McElroy 
Paul McGovern 

Vic Mclnnis 
Patricia McKay 
Mark McNamara 
Gary McNicholas 
Kevin Meagher 
Dennis Megley 







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John Messina 
Stephen Millward 
Andria Mitchell 
Denise Mitchell 
Stephen Mitchell 
Tommy Mitchell 

Carl Moeller 
Terry Monac 
Susan Monaghan 
Kay Montgomery 
Holly Moulton 
Tom Mukoy 

Anita Murphy 
Beth Mutchler 
Chris Nagle 
Jeri Nagler 
Nadine Neville 
Katie O'Connell 

Patrick O'Reilly 
Charlie Pappis 
Robert Parlee 
Anita Pelusi 
Chris Petersen 
Ted Petrakos 



Seventh Grade Boys 
Basketball Team 
Brian Warren 
John McCleUan 
Jeff Smith 
Greg Love 
Ron Stapleton 
Jim MacLeay 
Tom McKenna 
Jim Ward 
David Scales 
David Glover 
Kevin McGrath 
Bob Smith 
Paul Broughton 
Cliff Sallale 
Gerard Hill 
John MacAuley 
Steve Lane 








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Girls' Basketball Team 
Tricia Bonner 
Jane DeSisto 
Noreen Devaney 
Bonnie Mulhane 
Nancy Procaccino 
Sharon Foster 
Eileen McDonald 
Anita Murphy' 
Nancy Nee 
Ellen Troy 
Tina Smith 
Denise Shanning 
Maureen Whitley 




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Anthony Piazza 
Gary Pisano 
Chris Powers 
John Powers 
Cindy Prevett 
Greg Quinn 

Vicki Quinn 
Linda Randall 
Ray Ricci 
Charlene Rich 
Susan Rines 
Mark Rizza 

Danny Robertson 
Denis Roche 
Jeff Rosenberg 
Carolyn Rosenfeld 
Lisa Rossetti 
Debbie Runci 

Mark Rushton 
Peter Ruza 
Marwan Samrout 
David Sareault 
Angela SavioU 
Kathy Schifone 




Eighth Grade Boys 
Basketball Team 
Jim McCoy 
Brian Cappuccino 
Mike Walsh 
Ken Downes 
John Kerivan 
Dan Smith 
Brian Gallgher 
Charlie Pappis 
Craig Colpitts 
Tom Lindemayer 
eff Sterling 
Kirt Doursounian 
Scott Swann 
BUly Deacon 
Sam Seward 



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Margaret Schmitt 
Chris Scholz 
Jeff Scibilia 
Sam Seward 
Michelle Shamon 
Denise Shanning 

Chris Sheehy 
Barbara Shepperson 
Joe Short 
Jon Silverman 
Dan Smith 
Ken Smith 

Jennifer Sten 
Lori Stephenson 
Jeff Sterling 
Deirdre Sullivan 
Robert Surrett 
Scott Swann 

Paul Swartz 
Michael Sweeney 
Frank Tahmoush 
Ruthann Tarullo 
Paul Tavalone 
Robert Thornton 

Lisa Tibbetts 
Nancy Tibbetts 
Glenn Tohosky 
Suzanne Tosi 
Mary Troiano 
Ellen Troy 

Mark Turley 
Jean Turner 
Kathy VanStry 
Lisa Vivona 
Mike Wadden 
Debbie Walsh 

Mike Walsh 
Mark Warren 
Dan Watson 
Melissa Webber 
Robert Westhaver 
Lee White 



Maureen Whitley 
Vicki Wilhelm 
Michael Hourihan 









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Ameer Atallah 

Charles Atkins 

Billy Babineau 

Diane Bailey 

John Barden 

Jenny Barrington 

Lee Ann Bartow 

Judi Bashian 

Paul Basile 

Craig Beattie 

Vida Beder 

Anne Bennett 

Ellen Berlin 

Jane Bernard 

John Ciampa 

Michael Clarke 

Richard CI egg 

Robert Clegg 

Barb Clement 
Jamie Sue Cloney 
Michael Coleman 

Craig Colpitts 
Lee Connors 

Sandra Cook 

Art Costonis 

Lori Crawford 

Joyce Crowley 

Paul Dello Russo 

Katryn Elwinger 

Michael Fabiano 

John Fannon 

Charles Ferzoco 

Diane Fleming 

Gary Flodin 

Mark Flynn 

Todd Francis 

Sandra Galins 

Brian Gallgher 

Billy Gavin 

Susan Hamwey 

June Howley 

Kathi Kaligian 

Ann Marie Kelly 

John Kerivan 

Danny Kinsman 

Debbie Klint 

Debbie Kramger 

Lisa Lynch 

Beth Maus 

Lisa Maxwell 

John McDermott 

David Mullins 

Nancy Nee 

Pam Munroe 



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Billy Palmer 
Barbara Pond 
Loralee Roenfeldt 
John Scales 
Liz Towle 
Curt Ventola 

Mark Vogel 
Mark Wallace 
Richard Wyllie 
Jacqueline Bolduc 



Mike Brady 
Chuck Brawley 
Susan Breese 
Peter Cariani 
John Derwin 
Dorcella Evans 



Ann Giovino 
Janice Ihnatko 
Herbie Irvine 
Jim Kane 
Mark Kane 
Kathy Keane 

Sonja Margeson 
Tommy Marshall 
John Mason 
John Mc Aulay 
Nadien McDonedd 
Mike McGowan 

Tom McKenna 
Joseph Montella 
Donald Murray 
Letitia Pollard 
Brigita Spakevicius 
Kathy Sullivan 

Karen Surrett 
Paula Swartz 
Susan Taber 
Anne Thie 
Jimmy Ward 
Kathy Welling 




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McCambly, J. McCoy, B. McDonald, C. McGill, K. McHugh, T. Michael, B. Moulton, J. Mullins, J. Nicol, A. Ogden, D. O'Rourke, T. 
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begin no day where we have ended another day; 
and no sunrise finds us where sunset left us. 

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SENIORS • 30 



CLASSES • 84 



ATHLETICS • 98 




WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 

WESTWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 

Senior Class Publication 

Nineteen hundred, seventy-five 

Editors 

Nancy M. Masison 

Jane E. Montgomery 



Advisor 
Charles W. Flahive 





Our memories of Westwood High School will be 
in the people we have known and the experiences 
we've had . . . 



DEDICATION 



You have been a unique factor in influencing our growth and development as students 
and as individuals. You have never onnitted an opportunity for doing a kindness, speaking 
a true work, or making a friend. Through your many qualities and understanding for 
others, you have cultivated the science of human relationships. Your friendship has been 
practical, alive, and concrete. You have been an inspiration to us; and have helped us 
immeasurably to gain the confidence to learn who we are and to be ourselves. Your 
guidance and unselfish devotion of your time and of yourself have helped to make our 
years at Westwood High a priceless gift. 

It is with our sincere thanks and love that we dedicate the 1975 Green Years to you, 
Joseph McCoy 

Thank You . . . 




He has achieved success who has 
lived welL'laughed often, and loved 
muchfwho has gained the respect dT* 
intelligent men^and the love of little 





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beauty, or failed to-expressif?Wh(n»S^ 
alwayslooked for the best in others* ^ 
and given- the bestltSHad; whose life 
was^ anJns piratioi^iand whose memory 
a benediction. 



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The Heart is the capital of the Mind, 
The Mind is a single state. 
The Heart and Mind together make 
A single continent. 

One — is the population— 
Numerous enough. 
This ecstatic nation 
Seek — it is Yourself. 





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We'll Miss . . . 

MR. CHARLES P. DOYLE 



As the Green Years entered production, we learned that our 
Assistant Principal for the past six years would be leaving 
Westwood High School. 

During his tenure at WHS Mr. Doyle committed himself 
fully to the students and faculty. In spite of his many duties, 
he was never too busy to listen to our problems, ideas, and 
concerns. He provided a live and dynamic personality to the 
daily activities and his leadership directed many new innova- 
tive programs and ideas to the school. His warm and humanis- 
tic approach eased many a problem and his interest in the total 
school was always evident. 

We wish him well as he accepts a new challenge as Principal 
of a large high school in the Chicago area, and offer our thanks 
and appreciation for a job well done at Westwood High 
School. 




Whatever you can do, 
or dream you can begin 
it. 

Boldness has genius, 
power, and magic in it. 

-W. H. Murray 






Dr. John F. Tobin 

Superintendent of Schools 



- YOU 

CAN'T BEAT 

THE SYSTEM 



The administration of the Westwood School 
System has done a fine job during our four-year 
stay here at the high school. (This is no great feat 
seeing they had the Class of 75 to work with!!) 

During our stay we have witnessed the magnifi- 
cent addition of the Media Center, mezzanine, and 
smoking area. All these ideas were brought into 
reality through the co-operation and hard work of 
students, faculty, and administrators. 

Congratulations, administrators, for a job well 
done! 




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C. Louis Cedrone 

Assistant Superintendent for 
Curriculum and Instruction 



Leo J. Crowe 

Assistant Superintendent for Business 



Gilbert Johnson 




School Committee: Left to right: Louise Padden, Secretary: C. Louis Cedrone, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum; Elizabeth 
Kendrick; Leo J. Crowe, Assistant Superintendent for Business: Dr. John F. Tobin, Superintendent of Schools: Robert Youiden. 
Chairman: Paul Broughton; Catherine Hinchman; Charles Masison. 




Rita Van Dusen 
Secretary 



Charles Doyle 

Assistant Principal 

Nancy Legge 
Receptionist 



Phillip Flaherty 

Assistant Principal 

Deborah Flessas 
Secretary 



Marjorie Hancox 
Secretary 





We think we make 
better students. 



At "US 7 C 

The Music Department is under 
the guidance and direction of two 
very dedicated teachers — Mr. John 
J. Markarian, Jr. and Mr. Sebastian 
Bonaiuto. Through their leadership 
and inspiration they have produced 
many fine performances featuring 
instrumental ensembles and choral 
groups. The highlights of the year 
included the school musical, "Kiss 
Me Kate", and a Pops Concert fea- 
turing several of this school's finest 
musical groups. 





Forever expanding and seeking a wider program, 
the Art Department, under the talented direction 
of Mr. Thomas DelSignore, Mrs. Judith DesPres, 
and newcomer Mr. Michael Milan, creates more 
opportunities for the students to excel in the fields 
of fine arts and crafts. 

Plans are underway which will create courses 
further concentrated in fine-arts areas, such as illus- 
tration, painting, sculpture, and design. Students 
enrolled in courses in Westwood High School's Art 
Department are able to obtain the solid back- 
ground needed to further their art training, talents, 
and careers. Those not oriented towards a career in 
art gain more insight into their own personal crea- 
tive abilities and means of expression. 



John Markarian 
Director of Music 



Thomas DelSignore 
Department Head 




Sebastian Bonaiuto 



Judith DesPres 



Michael Milan 



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BUSINESS... 





Marion Healy 

Department Head 

The Business Department, headed by Mrs. 
Marion Healy, trains career-oriented students for the 
business world. Most college-bound students at 
Westwood High also avail themselves of the many 
opportunities available in the department. The valu- 
able skills acquired are often offered to the school 
and community through a variety of service activi- 
ties. 

The courses offered in the Business Department 
include shorthand, typewriting, law, accounting, 
secretarial and office procedures, data processing, 
office machines, and business English. The skills 
acquired here at Westwood will become invaluable 
in future years. 

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Carolyn Bergen 



Charles Flahive 




Albert Nolan 



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Department Head 



George Hancox 



Mildred Sluder 




Bertille Sheffield 




Elizabeth Wentzell 




Mary Bishop 




David Sanfason 



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George Parker 

Director of Driver Education 



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Barbara Gray 



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Elaine Eaton 
Department Head 




Ann Marie Gean 



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Celia Viall 

Director of Guidance 





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Keith Peden 

Special Needs Teacher 



Under the direction of IVlrs. Celia S. Viall, the Guidance Department 
served to increase our awareness of the world and its vocations. Career 
night, put together by our guidance personnel with those of surrounding 
towns, was a big success. 

Conferences with our guidance counselors and adnnissions personnel 
from educational institutions throughout the country further paved the 
road toward our future. 




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Anne Ruede 

Consulting Teacher 




Patricia Parkinson 
Teacher Aide 



James Nayduch 

Work-Study Coordinator 



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Joanne Arnold 



Virginia Burke 



Marguerite Knight 
Department Head 



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In the past three years, the Home Economics Department has greatly expanded. It has pHH 

grown from six course offerings to sixteen as the capable staff of Miss Knight, Mrs. Burke W^J 

and Mrs. Arnold strive to satisfy the needs of the student. ^^^ 

A broad spectrum is covered in the department which somehow caters to the expert T ^^ 

seamstress as well as the boy learning to fry eggs for Saturday morning breakfast. Courses ^^ ^ 

in cooking span from gormet and foreign all the way to basic foods and in clothing span taHrf 

from tailoring to clothing workshops. The department also includes courses in Child I ^1 

Growth and Development and Contemporary Living where students learn through experi- ^^^ 

ence in teaching about youngsters and raising a family. Home Economics is for everyone! j^^^ 

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This year the Math Department has expanded and changed for the 
better. Team teaching and the math seminar room have proven successful. 
The computer teletypes are used at all hours of the day. 

Again, as in past years, the Math Team had a successful season and the 
Math Olympiad and the actuaries tests were administered to those students 
who wished to compete. 




Judith Bolles 



James Pender 

Department Head 






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C. Eugene Sweezey 

Director of Media Center 




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Elizabeth Clement 
School Nurse 




Thomas Lyman 

Audio-Visual Director 




George Syverson 

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Virginia McCoubrey 
Librarian 



Dorothy Napoleone 
Secretary 

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Bernice Boger 
Secretary 




Physical Education 



George Bader 

Director of Athletics 



From such traditional sweat-breakers as basketball, tennis, gymnastics, and wrestling to 
the newest form of savagery-hand hockey, the Physical Education Department offers 
students a wide variance of challenging activities. 

All of the "phys-ed" teachers are active in coaching school athletic teams and bring their 
sense of teamwork and sportsmanship to their classes. 

Archery anyone? 






Kathy Delaney 



Joseph Gearon 



Walter Alessi 



Paul Tuccelli 



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Maxine Broderick 
Department Head 



The Science Department of WHS offers a 
variety of courses covering the areas of biol- 
ogy, chemistry, and physics. In addition to 
the basic classes, advanced placement and 
laboratory courses are open to all. For stu- 
dents who have an interest in a science ca- 
reer, an independent biology course is also 
offered. 

This year, the Department has a new and 
welcomed addition, Mr. Detwiles. He was 
appointed to fill the position of Mr. Snell 
who will be missed by everyone. 



Edward Marx 



Christos Sarris 





Ivan Van deWorkeen 



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Even if you know a lot 
you may still have a lot 
to learn. 




Raymond Keegan 



Calvin Topalian 



Gail Thwing 



Dorothy Saltmarsh 



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Richard Stack 




Peter Case 

The Social Studies Department, under the 
guidance of Department Head William Davis, 
continues to offer its wide variety of courses 
geared to meet each and every student's inter- 
ests and needs. Guest speakers brought to the 
school by sociology teacher, Donald Beurman, 
added to this department's curriculum. Such 
well known speakers as Congressman Robert 
Drinan and Newsman Tom Ellis provided stu- 
dent insight into political, social, and economic 
problems of today. 




Fredericka Richardson 



Priscilla Congdon 



William Davis 

Department Head 




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SENIORS 





PRESIDENT 

Robert A. Boyle 

78 Fox Hill Street 
"Titles of Hpnor add not to his worth, who is himself an 
honor to his titles." 

Andy . . . pet peeve is troupe's . . . favorite activities: 
skiing, kung fu . . . likes parties, poems, Delaware, Cash- 
mere Lounge . , . dislikes flirts, pornography . . . 
"ssssoul train" . . . M.R., D.B., J.M. and Dot . . found 
everywhere . . . shifty eyebrows, rolling eyes . . . plans 
world travel and business law. 

Swim Team 1, 2, 3, Captain 3, 4; Tennis 2; Football 1, 
2; Pep Club 1; Track 1, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Lacrosse 
Club 3, 4; Senior Play, Class President 4. 



VICE-PRESIDENT 

Stephanie Andrews 

65 Stanford Drive 
"To know her is to appreciate her " 
Stephanie . . . typical Gemini . , . Chocolate covered 
cherries . . . dislikes getting dumped on, getting up at 
5:30... M.r^/I.'s and Ow's, physics with Mr. K. . . . 
"What can I say?" . . . eating hot fudge sundaes, ice 
skating . . . always losing contacts ... #7 . . . "Daniel" 
found with K.B. and the Jew. in pool lobby or with 
M.S. . . . college and travel. 

Class Vice-President 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Senior 
Play; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Majorette 1; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 
3. 



Officers 

of the 

Class of 1975 



SECRETARY 

Laurie Gaynor 

152 Burgess Ave. 

"Time is not measured by the passing of the years, but 
by what one does, what one feels and what one 
achievesl" 

Laurie . . pet peeves: late colorguard practices, phoney 
people . mountain climbing . . . concerts . . skiing 
. . . likes Cat Stevens, away games, kittens, honest and 
sincere people . . . "Guide!" . . . "/ can't wait!" . . . "I 
don't get it." . . . Yo , . . Amadia . . . Nance . . found at 
Norwood Mac's, on the football field at halftime . . 
thinks tall . . . likes anything blue . . . overalls . . . 
batique clothing . . . smiling . . . petite . . . gazelling 
around . . . college, travel. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1; Class Secretary 2, 
3, 4; Senior Play 4; Drill Team 2; Color Guard, co-cap- 
tain 3, captain 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4: Drama Club 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Track 
Team Scribe 1, 2, 4; Swim Team Scribe 2; Prom Com- 
mittee 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3. 



TREASURER 

Patricia Tosi 

91 Wildwood Drive 
"Personality is to man what perfume is to a flower." 
Pat . . . pet peeve is gaudy looking things . . . favorite 
activities: swimming, lifeguarding, creating, and having a 
good time . . likes "Country Store Look", traveling, 
sunny days, bike riding, good friends, the beach . ... 
hates locks that won't open, smokefilled rooms . . . "Be 
serious." . . . favorite people are members of the Girls' 
Swim Team . . . gullible, always taking a beating . . . 
Barbells . . . the vegetarian . . . college. 
Chorus 3, 4; Class Treasurer 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3; 
Senior Play; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4: Health Careers Club 4, Swim Team 2, 
3,4. 




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Theresa Abbate 

224 Hartford Street 

'Life is very short and there's no time for fussing and 
fighting." 

Terri . . . Terror . . . pet peeves: noisy classrooms . . . 
busy phone lines . . . bad knees . . . process of gradua- 
tion . . . plays baseball . . . bowls . . . listening to music 

. Ice Capades . . . Red Sox games . . . likes Florida, 
serenity, spring, and old movies . . . dislikes confusion 
. . . thinking about the future . . . maniac drivers . . . 
"Bien Surf" . . . "Quoi?" . . . "Quiet, I'm trying to con- 
centrate! If" . . . favorite people: Nana, Bumpa, helpful 
teachers, John Denver . . . found in the Media Center 

. doing homework . . . extra help room, chewing 
gum, carrying books . . . plans to attend college, dis- 
cover the meaning of life. 

Senior Play; Pep Ciubl; Yearbool< Staff. 



Audrey Aldus 

477 Hartford Street 



the world and one's 



"It is impossible to please all 
father." 

Audrey . . . dislikes taking tests . . . likes studies, sewing, 
crocheting . . . boys . . . dislikes school . . . "Oh, Gee!" 
. . . found in cafeteria . . . Cheryl . . . Joe . . . always 
happy . . . dirty blonde hair . . . plans to travel. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Library Club 1. 



Cheryl Anderson 

71 Hartford Street 
"Her eyes are filled with laughter." 

Cheryl . . . Chuba . . . long blonde hair, freckles . . . 
always laughing, playing cards, sleeping late . . . pet 
peeves: talking to Bimbo on the phone, fake people. 
Chemistry... "Huh?"... "You animal!"... likes 
leaving at 10 a.m. on Wednesdays, Lovely Lo's . . . 
Petey, Bessy Bomb, Na, Linda . . . found at Walpole 
Mall and Lindy's house . . . college and travel. 




Janet Anderson 

38 Briar Lane 
A smile costs nothing but means so much." 
Janet . . . likes subs, guitars, crusin', McDonald's . 



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vorite people: Dave, L.S., J.B., S.G., Eric Clapton, All- 
man Bros . . . dislikes makeup and people that are slow 
. . . pet peeve is driving on Clapboardtree Street . . 
found at tmerson's, anywhere but home . . . "I can't 
wait till we graduate!" . . . quiet with a pretty smile . . . 
work and travel. 

Business Club 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Yearbook 
Staff 4. 

Lina Angelici 
25 Wagon Road 

"Let the earth take that which is hers, for I, man, have 
no ending." 

Lina . . . Leensie . . . Squirt . . . likes cheerleading, 
karate, dancing, skiing, lots of clothes, vanilla cokes, the 
Sugar Baby Bag . . . hates "Tulsa University, "mono " 
. . "Be good!" . . . "Guess who?" . . . "Why do I al- 
ways get dumped on? . . Angel . . . John . . . found in 
lower lobby at 2:30 at her pond, in the blue F85 . . . 
"bouncy" ...2 + 2 = 4... college. 

Senior Play; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, cocaptain 3, 4; Pep 
Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
French Club 2; Bye Bye Birdie 2; Kiss Me Kate 4. 

Nadia Atallah 

64 Woodland Road 

"So quiet and yet full of life " 

Nadia . . . playing cards, eating. Jumping off roofs . . . 
found at Walpole Mall, over Lindy's, parties at Sullivans' 
. . . pet peeves: sisters, Westwood, Mr. B., The Cream- 
ery . . . likes Bob Dylan, GTG's, "Yes", and macaroni & 
cheese . . . "Does anyone have cards?" . . . "Bloody 
Hell!" . . . Justin, Elli, Cher, Snides . . . London . . . col- 
lege and travel. 

Luke Angelus 

43 Magaletta Drive 

"Better make a weak man your enemy than your fri- 
end." 

Luke . . . pet peeve: first dates, steady girl friends, work- 
ing overtime, pickles.. . enjoys collecting magazines, 
the Boosters Club . . . dislikes Stoughton girls . . . "You 
better wake up!" . . . "Get on this thing!" . . . "Would 
you please?" . . . favorite people: Humph, Jay, Birt, and 
the gang . . . found on the football field . . . hates Sun- 
day mornings . . . college, plans to get rich and buy a 
vet. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4. co-captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook staff. 



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John Atchue 

18 Hooper Street 

"Progress is impossible without change; and those who 
cannot change their minds, cannot change anything.' 



John ... H . 
likes sports, D.Q. 
the gang 
blue eyes 



dislikes filling out questionnaires . . . 
_...."/? you kiddin me?" . . . Pete and 
found at Pet's or in the blue Rambler . . . 
, college. 



Chorus 2, 3, 4; Double Quartet 3, 4: Class President 2, 
3; Class Treasurer 1; Student Council 2, 3: Senior Play; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4: Basketball 1, 
2,3. 



Jane Atkins 

1536 High Street 

"Take advantage of life or it will take advantage of 
you." 

Jane . . . hates piano music composed for large hands 
. . . enjoys playing music . . . "Antiquing" . . . going to 
flea markets . . likes absurd plays . . . good conversa- 
tion . . . good food and good music . . . dislikes people 
who intentionally deceive . . . "You're kidding?" . . . 
"Really?" . . . favorite people are all her friends . . . 
found in the music room, the Little Theater, or in the 
courtyard . . college, medschool. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 
Accompanist 3, 4; District Band 2. 4; Double Quartet 
Accompanist 3, 4; Senior Play; Sacred Cheese 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
Madrigals Accompanist 2; Math Team 2, 3, 4; Wood- 
wind Ensemble 2, 4; Bye Bye Birdie 2; Guys and Dolls 
3; Kiss Me Kate 4. 



Lynne Bachofner 

92 Fisher Street 

"Never look down to test the ground before your next 
step — only he who keeps his eye fixed on the far 
horizon will find his right road." 

Lynne... pet peeves: chemistry, people who walk 
slo wly, aerials, back handsprings . . . gymnastics , . . 
likes peanut butter cookies . . . dislikes being teased . . . 
"Don't bug mef" . . . "Run that by me again." . . . 
"Nooooo" . . . found at Bergson's, in the neighborhood 
. . . always late for history . . . turtle! . . . college. 

Chorus 1. 2, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Harlequin 3; Girls' 
Gymnastic Team 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Majorettes 1, 
2. 




Debra Band 

30 Perry Drive 
"The world is ours; we have only to take it." 



Debbie . . . Grammy . . 
phone, daydreaming . 
guidance department, 
. . . likes V. C. IVIath 
lunch, with the Greek 



. Deb . . ■ eating, talking on the 
dislikes homework, English, 
silent people . . "Be serious!" 
. . . found out of town, out to 
. . J.B., Blondie . . . no luck . . . 



brown eyes . . . physical therapy. 

Chorus 2, 4; Senior Play 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society Vice-President 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Field Hockey 2; Manager of Basketball 2; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; French Club 2, 3 

Michelle Balliro 

110 Church Street 

"If something gets in my way, I'll go 'round it." 

Michelle . . . pet peeves: moondrop, the Snoop Sisters, 
and Monday mornings . . . enjoys skipping school . . . 
driving and collecting things ... loves night life . . . good 
parties . . . deep people . . . dislikes long school days and 
hassling teachers. . "Give me a break!" . . . George, 
Shawny, Jumbo, Dodie . . . found driving around in 
wierd vehicles and anywhere but in school . . . loves 
zoos, parks, and camping in the woods . . big brown 
eyes . . . tall . . . slim . . plans to travel the U.S. and 
Europe, then to business school 

Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Senior Play; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Arlene Barbieri 

46 Birch Street 

"The will to accomplish, the mind to understand." 

Arlene . . . pet peeve is English . . . enjoys swimming, 
boating, lifeguarding . . . the ocean . . . horseback riding 
in the country ... tea . . kite flying . . . "I'm starved. " 
. . . "Really??" . . . favorite people are good friends . . . 
found in the pool, Cleveland Circle, McDonald's . . . 
England . . . college, dentistry, and travel. 

Track 2, 3; Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4. 

Julie Basile 

69 Summer Street 

"What IS life without a little fun." 

Julie . . pet peeve is phonies . . likes dancing . meet- 
ing new people . . . humming . . . pistachios . . . the 
Cape . . favorite people are Woody Allen, Jackie, Scott 
B. . . . "balloons with Gail" . . . found where least ex- 
pected . . . college, travel. 

Cheerleader 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play. 





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Christine Beaton 

32 Russell Avenue 

"Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Don't 
walk behind me; I may not lead. Walk beside me and be 
my friend." 

Chris . . . dislikes typing, crutches, doctors, lectures . . . 
horseback riding . . . basketball ... Softball .. . lo ves 
popcorn, cashews, and movies . . . hates cherries, 
dresses, cats . . . "Are you kidding?" . . . favorite people: 
Bill H., Mrs. P., Dear Abby . . . found at horse events, 
Antons, in the barn . . . college, major m preveterinary 
medicine. 

Chorus 2: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Harlequin 3; 
Girls' Basketball 2, 3; Manager of Basketball 2, 3. 



Stephen Beattie 

218 Briar Lane 

"It's man's duty to live life to the fullest." 

Steve . . . pet peeves: two-faced, off beat . . . works on 
car . . . "Creature" . . . "Yeouch!" . . . J.A., Rosey, B.J , 
R.M. . . . found at The Harp and Bard . . . unshaven . . . 
college. 

Chorus 2; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Boys' Hock- 
ey 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Lacrosse 3, 4. 



Susan Beatty 

137 Colburn Street 

"A penny save is a penny earned." 

Sue . . . likes talking, good drinks, Bermuda, butter . . . 
dislikes noisy people, liars, hylms, wearing make-up . . . 
going to parties, gossiping . . . pet peeves: working, blis- 
tered noses... "Give me a break!"... "Definite- 
ly!". . . favorite people: S.L.J., D.B., R.B. kids, and the 
rest of the gang . . . found in the truck, having a good 
time . . . plans to go to college, speech therapy. 

Chorus 3: Senior Play 4; Drill Team 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Girls' Football 2, 3; Manager of Girls' Swim Team 2, 
3: Prom Committee 3, 4; Helath Careers Club 3; Future 
Nurses 4. 




Jeffrey Beltis 

19 Smith Drive 

"The will of a man is his happiness." 

Jeff . . . pet peeves: gym, homeroom . . . cars . . . party- 
ing . . . likes money, fast cars, girls . . . dislikes cliques 
. . . "Who me?" . . . "Don't worry about it!" . . . favo- 
rite people: Bob, Eva, David, Anne . . . found in 
smoking area, cafeteria, Firestone . . . quiet . . . serious 
. . . work, technical college. 

Drama Club 1, 2. 



Scott Benner 

43 Dover Terrance 

"Say what you think and act as you feel." 

Scott . . . "the bunter" . . . frizzle hair . . . framed eyes 
. . . "question" belly ... "/ am iron man." . . . found 
cruising, and "parking" down Old Stone... likes 
screaming, joking, playing sports . . . dislikes quiet vibes, 
fakes, flat cakes. . . "Gee, you're ugly." . . . "Do you 
kno w me?" . . . plans to go into car dealership. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 

Diane Benson 

44 Greenhill Road 

"I'll always be there, but never on time." 

Diane . . . likes beaches, French fries, parties . . . dislikes 
N.H., staying in, hairdressers . . . pet peeves: being 
rushed, curfews, not being able to go to Bermuda . . . 
skiing . . . swimming . . . "You know what?" . . . "Dare 
me." . . , likes H/tark, S.B., S.J., and friends . . found 
with the gang, working, shopping . . . college. 

Chorus 1, 2; Cheerleader 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Girls' Swim Team 1, 2, 3; Prom 
Committee 3, 4 



John Bennett 

122 Thatcher Street 

"A quart of ale is a dish for a king." 

John . Grandpa . . pet peeves: supercilious snobs, pit 
rats . . . Boosters Club. . . memories with L.A.H., cer- 
tain Drill Team members. . . "oh, no!" . . . "O.K. 
toots. "... Carl and guy . . . found at the Pits, Old 
Stone Road . . . red eyes, tHe stache . . . college. 

Senior Play 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; 
Yearbook Staff 4, Lacrosse 3, 4; Intramural Wrestling 
and Basketball 2, 3, 4; Boys' Swim Team 1. 



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Kathleen Berkland 

355 High Street 

"When you find what you're always wanted, that's not 
where the beginning begins, that's where the end starts." 

Kath . . . pet peeves: M.M. 's and Ow's . . . favorite activi- 
ties: cribbage, swimming, watching Carson, sleeping . . . 
dislikes gossip, clocks dogs . . . likes whistles and vaca- 
tions . . "Oh, spare me!" . . "Oh, God!" . favorite 
people: P.N., K.D , B.B. . . . found in strange garages . . 
wet hair . . , always singing . . . constantly late . . . col- 
lege, would like to be a private investigator. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 1; Student-Facul- 
ty Forum 2, 3, 4, Girls' Swinn Team 3, 4; Girls' Basket- 
ball 2, 4; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, Cheerleader 1, 2, Co-cap- 
tain 1. 




Bruce Bertman 

65 Sycamore Drive 
"What is life without a little fun?" 

Bruce . generous . . . wavy hair and hazel eyes . . . 
likes good drink, good music, good people . . . enjoys 
sitting in a nice club . . . "Ya, you're right!" . . . "We're 
outa here!" . . . favorite people: P K., O.K., K.E., J.F., 
J.D., N.S. . . . found at work or under his car . . . dislikes 
warm, flat beer . . . plans for college. 

Senior Play; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Mark Bolster 
345 Oak Street 

"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best 
of men." 

Mark . . . sparkle . . . green eyes . . . Continental . . . "Is 
that right?" . . . "Yes, Dear. " . . . likes vettes, TR6's, 
and other assorted goodies . . basketball , skiing . . . 
hauling. . R.I., Lake M., N.H. . . . found motorcycling 
at the Pitts with Dave or in N. Wilmington . rowdy 
hockey games... dislikes Officer Nugent, fights at 
Downey, court booster . . . playing tennis with Bran and 
smacking Pit rats . . . favorite people: Diane, Dave, 
Mange Lagoose and the boys . a good friend . . . par- 
ties . . . plans college for the future. 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. 
Transfer from Xaverian High School, 1973. 

Gary Bogue 

20 Glen Road 

"Where there is no wine there is no love" 

Gary . . Humph . . . pet peeve is flat beer . . . zoning 
it!, watching Birt streak . . . likes football . . . dislikes 
football camp . . . found at Lewis', Legion, Jail . . . col- 
lege. 

Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4, Ski 
Club 1, 2; Boys' Tennis 1, 2, Senior Play 4; Prom 
Committee 4 

Robert Bolster 

345 Oak Street 

"Man IS a hunter: Woman is his game" 

Rob . . . Bolst . . . "D.J. "... "How Lovely!" . . . good 
looking, a tough walk . . . bound behind the grill or 
eating "grapes" . . . dislikes: "L", spies, not being the 
"Boss" . . . cruisin' in the "Home" . . . lager ing with the 
guys... "Damn Broads"... favorite people: Liz, 
"Jake" . . . flirting . . . tight pants . . . pet peeves: people 
who steal, long hours at Ho Jo's, dancing . . . likes being 
a man, women on the weekends, long hair and nice 
legs . . . "I'm History!" . . . college. 

Baseball 1, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Baseball 1. 

Elizabeth Bonner 
45 Birch Street 

"The greatest love a man can have for his friends is to 
give his life for them." 

Betsy . . . Bets . . pet peeves: sprints, dungarees, spit- 
balls, lazy people . . . basketball . . . sewing . . . getting a 
tan . . . likes #28, clothes, large fries, coffee shakes . . . 
dislikes drinking . . "Ooh, jeez!" . "Sick!" . . . 
"Bebemen" . . "Nice Talk!" . . . "That's mean to me. " 
. . favorite people: C, J., D., la Duchesse, Tish, K.D., 
Dee Dee . . . found in Marshfield, in the gym, at Mac's, 
college, medical technology. 

Chorus 1, 2, Senior Play 4; Softball 1. 2, 3, 4, CoCap- 
tain 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Co Captain 4; French Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4, 
Business Manager. 




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John Birtwistle 

73 Dover Road 

"To insure peace of mind, ignore rules and regulations, 
for what is life without a little fun?" 

Birt . . . pet peeve is football practices . . . wrestling . . . 
Michelob. . . . good parties . . . dislikes boring evenings 
. . . favorite people: Val, Luke, Shy, Jay, Humph, 
Scott, Jeff . . found at the Stoughton Gardens, in the 
wrestling room. 

Baseball 1, 2; Senior Play, Football 1, 2, 3, 4 




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Janet Boucher 

40 Oak Street 

"She was made for happy thoughts, wit and laughter." 

Jan . . . pet peeves: nothing to do on weekends, ice 
cream cones, wooden canes. The A.G.G., going to Can- 
ton . . . horseback riding . . . playing the guitar . . . 
karate . . . drawing . . likes hikes, partying, the Allman 
Brothers, Elton John, concerts, and summers in Fal- 
mouth . . . dislikes Monday mornings and having no- 
where to go . . . "Where's everybody gonna go?" . . . 
favorite people are friends and DCs. . . found with 
S.G., J.H., L.W., M.Q., DC, A.S. ... a Capricorn . . . 
brown hair and big hazel eyes . . . plans a career in 
fashion illustration, travel. 

Senior Play 4; Cheerleader 1; Yearbool< Staff 4; Prom 
Committee 4; Business Club 2, 3, 4. 



Barbara Breese 

95 Mill Street 

"Tis all a chequerboard of nights and days where des- 
tiny with men for pieces plays." 

Barbara . . . likes walks in the woods, sky watching, 
piano sonatas, listening, snow, writing . . . dislikes being 
called "Barb" . . . locked doors, waiting . . . favorite 
people include Scarlatti, Faulkner, and Frazier . . . 
found at the art museum or searching B.U. for the 
Explorer's Club . . . enjoys debates and discussions . . . 
college. 

Chorus 3, 4, Senior Play; Sacred Cheese 3, 4; Drama 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Harlequin 3, 4, Editor 
of Harlequin 4: Madrigals 4; International Thespian So- 
ciety 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; French Club 4. 



Donald Bryant 

106 Strasser Drive 

"It is so great a thing to have enjoyed " 

Bear . . . likes partying . . . concerts . . . found at Brock- 
ton . . . favorite people: Dave, Fred. Schultzy, Steve . . . 
dislikes boring weekends . . . hockey . . . football . . . 
college. 




Jeff Bryant 

106 Strasser Drive 



Amy Burdan 

124 Cobleigh Street 

"The greatest happiness of life is the conviction that we 
are loved, loved for ourselves, or rather loved inspite of 
ourselves." 

Amy... pet peeves: A block, crowded lunchrooms, 
running laps, fat, food... favorite activities: music, 
being outdoors, field hockey, talking . . likes holidays, 
ice cream, Elton John . . . dislikes diets, Lear . . . "Oh, 
gross!" . . . "I'm sick of this!" . . . "Forget this!" . . . 
favorite people: L.G., L.C, JA., B.W., LB., S.M., T.M., 
D.B., B. 1.-30... found at Friendly's, in conference 
rooms!, at football games . . moody . . spastic . . . col- 
lege. 

Chorus 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Girls' Track 1, 2, 3, Drama 
Club 2; Senior Play 4, Yearbook Staff 4; Field Hockey 
1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Swim Team 1; Future Homemakers 1; 
Prom Committee 3 



Lisa Busalacchi 

8 Dayton Road 

"Time is a circus, always packing up and moving away" 

Lisa . . staying up late . . singing! . . . likes walks at 
night . . WBCN . . . dislikes raking leaves . . . "You 
nerd!" . . . "Oh, crumb!" . . . the treehouse gang . . . 
found on stage and up to elbows in ice cream at Friend- 
ly's! . . . CHOCOLATE! ... U.N.H. and a career in the- 
ater. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; District Chorus 
4: Double Quartet 3. 4; Senior Play 4; Girls' Track 2; 
Sacred Cheese 4; National Honor Society 4; Drama Club 
2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4, Guys and Dolls 3: Kiss Me 
Kate 4. 

Barbara Burke 

158 Oak Street 



"You only go around once." 

Barbara . . . Mondays, working late, gym . . concerts, 
rushing . . . parties, money, ole parties, Elton John . . . 
being bored . . J.M. . . . cruising with M.G. and J.M. . . . 
long driveways . . . J.H., blue eyes, deaf . . . "What a 
Horror" . . . "Huh" . . . "What a riot" . . . Work. 




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Lorraine Butler 

61 Burgess Avenue 

"Hell is full of musical amateurs. Music is tfie brandy of 
the damned." 

Lorraine . . . bunting and exchange concerts . . . cute . . . 
found at Fisher Dairy or with "Mom" . . . Panama . . . 
"Are you kidding?" . . . favorite people: R.M., B,0. . . . 
"Horns up!"... pet peeve is Pit Rats... Westfield 
State. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Bye Bye Birdie 2; Guys and Dolls 3; Kiss Me 
Kate 4. 




John Cacheljn 

1 1 Burke Street 

"To listen is an effort; just to hear is no merit " 

Jack . . . quiet, pensive . . . likes oceanography (especial- 
ly during basketball season) . . . found cruising in a blue 
Toyota, at Roche Bros. . . . recuperating from Sunday 
afternoon football . . . dislikes psychology, morning 
track practices . . . college. 

Senior Play; Football 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff. 



Michael Capuzzo 

581 Gay Street 

"I would rather live in a world where my life is sur- 
rounded by mystery than live in a world so small that 
my mind could comprehend it." 

Mike . . . The Sacred Cheese . . . likes interesting hap- 
penings, athletics, art . . . dislikes "company" men, lazy 
talent, gossips . . found on the basketball court, at the 
Daily Transcript . . muckraking . . . "In with the abla- 
tive-place where?"... "Usually?" . "Always!!"... 
favorite people are creative, know themselves, and really 
read the Sacred Cheese . . friendly, outgoing, deter- 
mined . . "It was unreal!!" . . enjoys one-act plays 
and writing . . . plans for college and then work in a 
communication related field. 

Chorus 2, 4; Pep Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Harlequin 3, 4; 
Basketball 1. 2, 3; Sacred Cheese 2. 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 
and Managing Editor 

Catherine Caputo 

181 Weatherbee Drive 

"Silence makes the real conversation between friends." 

Cathy . . pet peeves: school bells, cigarette smoke . . . 
favorite hobbies: sewing, cooking, swimming, bike 
riding . . . likes music . . . very few people she doesn't 
like . . found in the Media Center and at McDonald's 
. . . quiet, determined, shy, serious college. 

Senior Play 4; Ski Club 2, Prom Committee 4; French 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Amy Carro 

274 East Street 

"It is nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." 

Amy . . . Ace . . . pet peeves: being called shorty, being 
patted on the head, half-time shows . . dislikes getting 
up in the morning, working weekends, getting dumped 
on, late band practices . . . likes getting bunted, ex- 
change concerts, orange, faded jeans . . . "What's up?" 
. . . "Can I borrow one?" . . . favorite people: Dell, 
Kimbie, Yodie, the Friendly Crew, S.B , Bunters . . . 
found at Friendly's, chasing buses, down the path . . . 
short, always in blue jeans . . . college. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Harlequin 3, 4: 
Manager of Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Bunt Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Steven Carro 
274 East Street 

"If you cannot catch a bird of Paradise, better take a 
wet hen." 

Steve . . . dungarees . . . cruising around . . . hkes music, 
parties, Allman Bros., Aerosmith, ranking Judy . . favo- 
rite people: Hoach, SchuUty, Glen, Don, Ed, Judy. 
Dave, Fred, and Pete. . . "The bunters" . . . plans for 
college. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; 
Senior Play. 



Sandra Capone 

66 Mill Street 

"Love is an energy which exists of itself. It is its own 
value." 

Sandy ... At . . . likes rainy days, the Cape, vacations, 
feasting . . . found in the green Galaxie, or sewing, bike 
riding, hiking . . . dislikes working, veging diets . . . "Cut 
It out!". . . "You know what I mean?" . . . favorite 
people: J.H., D.K., D.W., and friends . . . quick to smile 
and laugh . . . college. 

Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play; 
Health Careers Club; French Club 1, 2; Future Nurses 
Club 4. 





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Christopher Carroll 

202 Strasser Avenue 

"To know him well is to like him better." 

Chris . . . Yodes . . . Redman . . . pet peeves: school 
lunches, standing on the bus, hockey coaches, Bird-Man 
. . . hockey . . . baseball . . . likes Buffalo Sabres, Elton 
John . . . dislikes hippies, freaks . . . "We're outa here!" 
. . . "Oh, Yah!" . . . favorite people: O'Sull, Big "O", 
Hoach, Mr Manly . . . found at the rink . . . red-head . . . 
college. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Boys' Hockey 2, 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 4; 
Astronomy Club 4; Audio Visual Club 1, 2. 



Chris Carvill 

103 Fisher Street 



Joseph Casale 

80 Porter Street 

"Never get up with the dark. Get up only for a dark." 

Joe . . , By2ano . . . likes money, hand hockey, baseball, 
ice hockey . . . found snonmobiling, or with Kinny . . . 
Little Italy . . . "Freak" . . . dislikes rising early, snobs 
. . . plans for self-employment. 




Debra Castrechini 

110 Stanford Drive 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes and her laughter never 
dies." 

Debbie . . . pet peeves: the stroke of 12, old men at the 
B.B.C. . . . tennis . . . hunting . . . art . . . karate . . . likes 
candlelight dinners with a bottle of wine . . . living the 
good life with Carl . . . dislikes getting caught streaking 
especially when the officer keeps calling her sir!" . . . 
rainy days . . . "You can't pull the wool over my eyes. " 

. . . "Okay, playboy!" . . . "Grrr!" . . . favorite people: 
Great Grandad, Marlon Brando, her Marty, and friends 

. . . Leo . . . the lioness always gets her man . . . when 
you look into her big brown eyes . . . plans a career in 
fashion design and illustration. 

Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4: Business Club 4 



Mary Elizabeth Cavanaugh 

27 Alder Road 

"The way to live life is to have no way." 

Mary Beth . . . "Armpit" . . . "Be serious." . . . favorite 
people: Charlie, Bubba, Sue, and Googa . . . hates late 
practices and Drum Majors . . . found on the football 
field, at Bergson's or in Norwood . . . likes peanut butter 
cookies . . Beach Boys . . . Elton John . . . college. 

Chorus 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Sacred Cheese 2; Drill 
Team 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; French 
Club 2, 3. 

Robert Chmielorz 

15 Cobleigh Street 

"The deepest rivers flow with the least sound." 

Chmie . . . tall . . . blond hair . . . pet peeves: football 
practices, getting up in the morning . . . enjoys basket- 
ball, boating, swimming, tennis . . . likes driving, listen- 
ing to music . . . Elton John . . . dislikes homework, 
unfriendly people. . . "Oh, yeah!" . . . "You gotta be 
kidding!" . . . Haze, Jack, Gary . . . found in the Media 
Center, in the gym, or on the football field . . . plans for 
college and business. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 1; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play. 



Thecia Cecca 

86 Greenhill Road 

"People could never think of a nickname for her!" 

Thecia . . . dislikes people who smoke a lot . . . likes 
dancing and ballet . . . "I don't believe I said that!" . . . 
likes being with O. N. H.G. and friends ... always 
smiling . . . plans a nursing career. 

Chorus 1; Senior Play 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1; 
Drama Club 1; Prom Committee 3; Health Careers Club 
4; French Club 1, 2. 



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Jon Christensen 

10 Edgewood Road 
"How goes the world?" 

Jon . . . bound for the desert . . . pit riding . 
x1250. . . hockey . . "pig". Hacker . . Mr. Snell . 
"moonchuck" . . hates rabbits and creature writing . 
OS.R. . . . "Shut up, Joan." . . . college 

Pep Club 4; Ski Club 1; Movie Club 1, 2; Hockey 1 



Barbara Lee Clancy 

50 Cedar Lane 

"No legacy is so rich as honesty " 

Leo . . pet peeves: Ms. B.. physics labs, homework, 
Tuesday's lunch, life, Adam . . . favorite activities: ski- 
mg, tennis, karate . . . dislikes the school's tunafish . . . 
"Come on now" . . . favorite people: B.J., T.B , L C 
C.H., R.W., D.N.. P.H., C.W. . . . found hanging around 
. . . very artistic, very sarcastic . . . college. 

Senior Play 4; Girls' Football 4; Pep Club 1, 2, Year- 
book Staff 4; Harlequin 4; Ski Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Ski Team 
1, 2, 3, 4, captain 4: Girls' Swim Team 2, 3; Manager of 
Girls' Swim Team 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. 



Linda Clancy 

39 Beechnut Road 

"What lies before and what lies behind are tiny matters 
when compared with what lies within" 

Linda . . . pet peeves: late practices, Saturday morning 
practices . . . twirling . . . karate . . . tennis . . . likes lolli- 
pops, chipmunks, kittens . . . dislikes unnoticed hair- 
cuts . . . "I'm sorry if I'm not as smart as you are!" . . . 
found on the tennis courts . . . trick or treating!?! . . . 
brown eyes . . . college. 

Class Secretary 1; Senior Play 4; Guys and Dolls 3; Kiss 
Me Kate 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3; Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 
4; International Thespian Society 3, 4. 




Christopher Colella 

1 7 Whitewood Road 

"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident 
tomorrows." 

Chris . . . pet peeve is Italian jokes . . enjoys all sports 
. . . bowling . . . dislikes homework and being bored . . . 

found in Media Center . . . extremely content with life 
. . . will be successful . . college. 

Intramural Basketball 3; Tennis 2. Chess Club 1 



David Clement 

37 Lakeshore Drive 

"I told you when I came I was a stranger" 

Clem . . . tall and very handsome . . . wuwei, dada . . . 
likes nothing/everything . . . dislikes nothing/everything 
. . . found stammering and stumbling down unfamiliar 
streets . . . objective but unrealistic . . paradoxical . . . a 
"true madman" . . . will get along. 

Orchestra 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Double Quartet 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 



Charles Coleman 

82 Wlldwood Drive 

"Men of few words are the best men " 

Chip . hates football practice, vocabulary lists, typing, 
crutches. . "Oh, boy!" . . "We're out of here!". . . 
freckles . . Monday morning disabilities ... L.C. . . . 
found on the football field . . track . . at informal 
football meetings on Friday nights . college. 

Baseball 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1; Track 2, 3. 
4. 




Oillard Collins 

90 Wlldwood Drive 

"The true greatness of nations is in those qualities whic 
constitute the greatness of the individual." 

Oillard . . . music . . sports . . . likes working with re 
tarded children . . . admires former wrestling coach Pau 
Bellonance . . . college, major in music or math. 

Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Concert Band 1. 2, 3. 4, Senior Play 
Orchestra; Varsity Wrestling 1. 2, 3; Lacrosse 4; Nation- 
al Honor Society 3, 4. 




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Lynn Colpitis 

205 School Street 

"I'll hold you in ""V heart as life's most precious sport." 

Pitts . . . always there . . . laughter and skinny legs . . . 
"Ya', you're right!" . . . cheering . . . eating pepperoni 
pizza . . . America's No. One import . . . the mean green 
mint machme . . . "Lock itf" . . . found talking to 
B.H. . . . keeping the beat . . . Beach Boys . . . Laura . . . 
hates late practices and dump trucks . . . "I'm right 
behind ya!" . . . college. 

Senior Play; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Yearbook Staff; Prom Committee 3; Health Careers 
Club 1; French Club 1, 2, 3. 



Scott Cotwetl 

434 Canton Street 
"To know him is to appreciate his qualities." 

Scott . . . pet peeves is cigarettes . . . likes watching the 
Bruins . . . good weekends . . . big parties . . . "The best 
ever!" . . . "Unbelievable!" . . . favorite people: E.G., 
J.R., K.H., D.S., P.n/I. . . . found at the Legion... 
broken back . . . college bound. 
Hockey 1, 3, 4. 



Lynn Connors 

148 Pond Plain Road 

"In the sweetness of friendship there is laughter and 
sharing of pleasures" 

Lynn . . . pet peeves: selfish people, foggy glasses, early 
football games . . . enjoys swimming, sewing, trying to 
water ski . . . likes rowdy studies, movies, little kids . . . 
dislikes people who don't write back . . . "And you're 
gonna, tool" . . . Buddy . . . Gene Kelly . . . found with 
Cinth . . . summers at Hale ... a cute blonde . . . com- 
pletely bananas!?! . . . college. 

Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 4: 
Senior Play; AFS Sister 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Drama Club 2, 3. 4; AFS Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim 
Team 1, 2, 3; Mgr. of Swimming 4; Track Scribe 1, 2; 
Swim Scribe 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 




James Cook 

167 Carroll Avenue 

"There has not been any great talent without an ele- 
ment of madness." 

Jim . . . "Ready: run!" . . . round math questions with 
square answers . . . red hair, glasses . . . "Banana!" . . . 
checkmate . . . rockets . . . "Good ole Brad Watts. "... 
found tangled in bloodthirsty computer printout . . . 
backstage chaos in WHS productions . . . college. 

Sacred Cheese 4; Astronomy Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 
3, 4; Senior Play; Stage Hand 2, 3, 4; Manager of Drama 
Productions 3, 4. 



Ronald Cook 

98 Co I burn Street 

"Candy is dandy, but . . ." 

Ronny . . . enjoys cruising and girls . . . likes people who 
are fun to be with . . . pet peeves: work, snobs . . . 
"Decent!" . . . Diane . . . Janet . . . found in Boston . . . 
plans to get rich quick! 

Pep Club 1, 2,3,4. 



Gail Cosgrove 

41 Country Lane 

"I am what I wish to be when I wish to be it" 

Gail . . . pet peeve is moody people . . . likes eating, 
partying . . . laughing . . . Deja Vu, Pina oladas . . . "De- 
cent!" .. . "What's happening?"... found in Dennis- 
port . . . blue eyed and good looking . . . J.E. . . . 
1/1/75 ... travel .. . air lines. 

Senior Play. 



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Donna Corlito 

29 Deerfield Avenue 

"Time is a circus; always packing up and moving away." 

Donna . . . dislikes politics, lectures, and getting up in 
the morning . . . likes to sleep and have fun . . . "You're 
kidding me!" . . . E.J., Ruby, and Marion . . . found in 
the library . . . tall and quick to smile . . . college. 

Drill Team 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 




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99 Country Lane 



Alison Crawford 

73 Willow Street 

"Art is indeed not ttie bread, but the wine of life " 

Al . . ■ pet peeves: snobs, people who mooch rides on 
weekends, secrets . . . wood carving, art, cruising, guitar, 
parties . . seeing old friends . . . Beau . . . down the 
Cape . . . going to lunch . . . "No, and you don't!" . . . 
"Ya right!" . . . Jan, Jodi, Kimbie, Anne D., Mr. Walsh. 
Mr. D. . . . found in TV room, at Sears, in '68 wagon . . 
art and college. 

Band 1, 2: Chorus 1,2; Glee Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; 
Drama Club 1, Senior Play; Prom Committee 



Cathy Cronin 

45 Lyons Drive 

"It is a friendly heart that has plenty of friends." 

Cath . . . pet peeves: people who won't go out to lunch, 
getting bagged . . . clubin' . . . likes pizzas, penny candy, 
general feasting . . . dislikes arkies, gross animals . . . 
"You're outta here!" . . . "There's just no way!" . . . 
"Get up, you loon!" . . . found at Jonesie's . . . stops at 
green lights . . . college. 

Senior Play; Pep Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 2; Drama 
Club 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3; French 
Club 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses 2. 




Michael Cudworth 

440 Everett Street 

"A great man's made up of qualities that meet and make 
great occasions." 

Mike . . . transfer student in '74 . enjoys football, 
basketball and after school! . . likes going to WHS . . . 
enjoys everyone . found at school or around town . . . 
a redi friendly guy . . . work. 



Paul Crowley 

471 High Street 

"Life is as long and as full as you make it." 

Craut . . . tall. dark, and handsome . . . "Crow up!" . . . 
likes GTO . . . lacrosse, skiing . . . Fibo, D.S., P.K. . . . at 
NCTC with J.R.... Pitts . . . pet peeves: telephone 
poles, pit rats . . . Spanish . . . forestry. 

Senior Play; Football 1; Track 1. 2; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 3, 4; Swim Team 1; Ski 
Team 1, 2. 



Joan Cummiskey 

205 Alder Road 

"She is strong who conquers others. She who conquers 
herself is mighty." 

Joan . . . favorite activities: art, swimming . . . likes go- 
ing out. . . dislikes pushy people. . . "I don't believe 
it. "... likes just about everyone . . . found around . . 
tall . . . long hair . . college. 



Pep Club 2; Senior Play 4; Ski Club 2, 4. 



Susan Curtin 

49 Sunrise Road 
"Smile and let the world wonder why!" 

Sue . . . favorite activities: screaming in the MG, art- 
work . . . likes weekends . . ■ good Italian food, dancing, 
sunsets . . . dislikes people that don't give a damn, poor 
excuses . . . pet peeves: sneaks and curfews . . . "De- 
cent" . . . "Hmmm" . . . "I can't believe iti" . . . Wes, 
S.J.. K.R., and friends. . . Zappa. . . truck in with the 
gang . . . rings n'things . . . nice to everyone . . . college 
and travel. 

Chorus 1, 2; Senior Play; Yearbook Staff 4; Field Hock- 
ey 1, 2; Prom Committee 4; Future Nurses 3. 




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Stephen D'Ambrosio 

380 High Street 

"Wit, now and then, struck smartly, shows a spark." 

Steve . . . pet peeves: high school pool, loudmouth 
Jocks . . . partying . . . dreams . . . running track . . . likes 
the hot weather . . . exciting weekends . . . colorful hats 
. . . bites . . . hates cigarette smoke, rec dances . . . 
"Give me a break!"... "What, What, What...?" 
. . .Crout, Ernie, Ribo, Jose, Dana . . . found soaking up 
sun or at the Cape . . . thick moustache . . college. 

Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Senior Play: 
Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4. 



Joan Daniels 

17 Redwood Road 

Friends, I will remember you, think of you, pray for 
you: and when another day is through, I'll still be 
friends with you." 

Joan . . . music . . . long distance calls . . . green mus- 
tangs . . . lollipops . . . sewing . . . dislikes smokers, late 
practices, boring weekends, shorthand, reflectorized 
sunglasses... "What a riot!"... Peter Pan... Mr. 
Mark . . . Donna . . . found cruising, making trouble in 
the Media Center . . . making other people happy . . . 
Bentley College, C.P.A. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; 
Color Guard 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Club 1, 2; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Year- 
book Staff, Business Manager 4; Kiss Me Kate 4. 



Martin Dargan 

437 East Street 

"Men of few words are the best men." 

Marty . . . Dart . . . pet peeves: running out of gas. car 
wreckers . . , enjoys snowmobiling, hockey and football 
. . . likes to make money, watch hockey games . . . 
dislikes crowds and baconburgers . . . favorite people are 
Ribo, Pete, Big O, Sul, D, Ernie D., Mr. Fischler . . . 
found in his car, or at Roche Bros . . . college. 




Greg Davis 

491 Hartford Street 

"To insure peace of mind, ignore rules and regulations." 

Greg . . . pet peeves: high school, cliques . . . likes music 
and drums . . . found at Shurfine at 6:00 . . . red eyes 
. . . plans to travel 

Band 1, 2, 3; WHS Dance Band 2, 3, 4. 



Dwight Deacon 

41 Hampton Road 

"An easy minded soul and always was." 

Ned . . . handsome and friendly . . . enjoys lacrosse . . . 
photography . . . basketball . . . found anywhere . . . par- 
ties . . . girls . . . transfer from Lawrence Academy . . . 
college. 

Lacrosse 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3 

Susan DeFeo 

10 Short Street 

"As prone to mischief as able to perform it," 

Sue . . . pet peeves: being a referee, term papers . 
skiing . . . running over curbs . . . likes driving . . . dis 
likes other people's driving, slow people . . . "Boot" 
favorite people: Kathy, Barb . . white Mustang 
NCTC . . . Garden's . . . glasses . . sincere . . . optimis- 
tic . . neutral, Hawaii 5-0 . . college, social work. 

Senior Play 4: Ski Club 1 , 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 
Staff 4: French Club 2, 3 

Susan DeFanti 

26 Card Avenue 

"The skies of day and night, colors, densities, forms, 
maybe these are only apparitions and the real something 
has yet to be known." 

Sue . . . dislikes getting up early, studying, people who 
smoke . . . enjoys drawing, camping, playing the guitar 
and singing . . . likes Italian food, furry dogs, campfires 
under the stars . . . "Huzzah" ... "/ quit. " . . . "Oh for- 
get it!" . . . favorite people: Steph, "the Guru", "Capt." 

. . . the tree house gang . . . found in Freedom, N.H., 
backstage, under the Media Center staircase . . . Hyper 

. . . college and career in art. 

Senior Play 4, Track 2: Drama Club 2, 3, 4: National 
Honor Society 3, 4: Harlequin 1, 2, 3, 4: International 
Thespian Society 3, 4 




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Amy Delaplace 

121 Smith Drive 

"You never get tired unless you stop and take time for 
it." 

Ame . . . pet peeves: nosy people, homework on week- 
ends . . . enjoys skiing, T. V., nites . . . dislikes punchy 
people, after school practices, writing English papers, 
spending money on her car . . . likes fooling around and 
going bunting . . . "Super Smashing" . . "What's wrong 
with ...?"... "My car is not ugly!" . . . "You get upl" 

. . . "I'll scream!" . . favorite people: Yode, Kimbie, 
Ame, Alley, Jan, Di, Bebe . . . found in Ethel on Rt. 128 
chasing band buses down the street . . . usually laughing 

. . . plans to have a good time, then back to school. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; 
Ski Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sacred Cheese 
3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3, 4 



Angela DiBari 

18 Carroll Avenue 

"Give freely of your laughter and it is returned to you " 

Angela . . pet peeves: school, cliques . enjoys tennis, 
swimming and biking around . . "Really" . . found in 
Boston . . favorite people: Pippa, Pam, Steve, and Tina 
. . . the new girl with a great personality. Just right, not 
too loud or too quiet . classy dresser . . likes Chinese 
food, parties, and getting a ride to school . . dislikes 
snobs, and crowded buses . . . transfer student senior 
year . . . Northeastern. 



Stephen DiGregorio 

475 High Street 




Jane Downey 

65 Croft Regis Road 

"I don't know where I'm going but I'm on my way." 

Jane . . those big blue eyes . . a baby face with a 
pretty smile . . . likes going out to breakfast and lunch 
. . . cruising . . close friends . . sleeping . . found at 
Brigham's, Pine Hill, in the 71 Cougar. . dislikes being 
carded and going to school . . . plans to be a secretary. 

Pop Club 1. 2. 3: Senior Play 4, Sacred Cheese 2; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 4; French Club 1 

Robert Dion 

54 Oxford Road 

"The less of routine, the more of life" 

Chumpster . . . always bunted . small Barney size . . . 
likes skiing, diving, and cars . . . dislikes pit rats, testing 
. . . favorite people: Laurie, Bunt squad . . . found 
around, convenient, at the Pits, Kashmir Lounge ... '7 
wish I had a brain!" . . "Do you know me?" . . . "Do 
you?" . . college bound. 

Ski team 1, 2, 4; Football 1, Boys' Swim Team 2, 3 

Karen Eads 

101 Croft Regis Road 

"The only way to have a friend is to be one." 

Karen . . . tall . . . curly hair . , . friendly . . flat shoes 
. . . blazers . . likes cruising, putting up posters . old 
keepsakes . . . memories . . going out for breakfast with 
Bruce . . . dislikes getting caught, fake people, pushy 
underclassmen . . "Hold this will ya?" . "Where will 
I meet you?" . . . plans for nurse's training. 

Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Sacred Cheese 2 

Janet Easland 

323 Pond Street 

"A companion that is cheerful is worth gold" 

Janet . . . cute and friendly . . . enjoys playing flute and 
guitar, "hillside house parlies", Elton John concerts . . . 
dislikes English and being a full time chauffeur . . . Ha! 
Har Yu?" . . . favorite people: room 73 kids, friends, 
and Tina . . . found in twotoned Olds with "sister" 
Lucy ■ . . Eagerman's Bakery . . . "Eowkay" . . . enjoys 
panda hunting with E.G.C.s . . . "kinda" . . . "It kinda 
bums me out!" . . never returns phone calls . . Pru- 
dential skywalk on a Saturday nite . . Jim Croce . . 
Frank Sinatra . . a Bonaiuto fan . . plans career in 
music. 

Orchestra 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Play 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 3. 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3. 4. Yearbook Staff 4; Harlequin 3, 4, Folk 
Club 3, 4; Madrigals 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; French 
Club 1. 2, 3, 4. Business Club 4 



"Don't put no constrictions on the people Leave 'em 
the hell alone." 

Steve . . . Ernie . . . pet peeves: surveys and question- 
naires, cigarette smoke, administrative stubbornness . . . 
favorite activities: football, whittling, parties . . . likes 
Maine, sleeping, T. V , traveling . . dislikes school 
lunches, physics, long days . . favorite people: Mac, S. 
Banner, Perls, P. Mullarkey . . found on the football 
field, in Maine, in the Media Center, at Mai's house, 
wandering in the halls . . . "Hi, how are ya!" . . . jeans 
. . . t -shirts . . . sarcastic . . . plans to travel around the 
country, college. 

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Patricia Effgen 

22 Redwood Road 

"True friends are those seeking solitude together." 

Trisha . . . Effy . . . sweet, big blue eyes, always smiling 
. . . likes singing, art, concerts. Jamming on guitars with 
Pam . . . dislikes phonies, kids who turn bad . . . won't 
forget dog, Piaz, Room 73... "Kiss Me Kate"... 
marching band . . . old blue . . . pillow fights in N.H. .. . 
Blue, Pink, Yellow . . . college, teaching. 

Band 2, 3. 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; 
Chorus 2, 4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Double Quartet 3, 4; 
Senior Play; Softball 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama 
Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; District Chorus 3, 4; Girls' 
Track 3, 4. 



Bruce Eldridge 

19 Greenacre Road 

"Let each man follow his own course." 

Bruce . . . pet peeve is traffic jams . . . enjoys snow, 
water skiing, sailing, and driving trucks . . . dislikes the 
atmosphere of the Media Center and homeroom . . . 
"Truck-it!" . . . Eric, Dave, Don, and Brad . . . found in 
his own truck, trucking around town . . . plans to attend 
college and/or become a truck driver. 

Ski Club and Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Carol Elmes 

39 Stearns Street 

"Your little friends turn out to be your best friends." 

Carol . . . quiet and friendly . . . "Are you kidding!" . . . 
enjoys swimming, cycling, dances and going out . . . 
maraschino cherries and chocolate almond ice cream 
cones . . . football games, beaches and snow . . . bunny 
rabbits . . . "See you later. "... summers at Red River 
Beach, South Harwich . . . pet peeves: snobby people, 
late drill team practices, rainy days and crowds . . . 
found panda hunting with E.G.G. 's . . . tree house gang 
. . . nursing. 

Chorus 3: Senior Play; Drill Team 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4: Sacred Cheese 3. 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Track 2; Health Careers Club 4; French Club 3, 
4. 




William Fafara 
450 Canton Street 

"I make the best of that that comes and the least of that 
that goes." 

Bill . . . dislikes not having open campus, twelve years of 
school . . . favorite activities are swimming, fishing . . . 
Cud . . . that laugh . . . likes camping, traveling . . . pet 
peeve is school . . . found in the Duster . . . plans to go 
into the service. 

Library Club 4. 



Lorraine Farley 

264 Canton Street 

"I've taken my fun where I've found it." 

Lorraine . . . getting caught climbing out of windows . . . 
cocoa parties . . . likes limericks, green, fizzes, making 
noises . . . "Mustard!" . . . "Is that right?" . . . "That's 
too bad!" . . . likes Superman . . . found under the 
stairs . . . always smiling and having fun. 

Chorus 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 

Robert Ferzoco 

257 Alder Road 

"Whatever he dares to dream, he dares to do" 

Fuzz . . . golden, likes beaches, Hull . . . Cheryl, Paul, 
and Lisa . . . Michele, Judy, and Lynda . . . dislikes 
homeroom, "Spike", and Whimpy . . . found at the rink. 
Legion, Shurfine, parties . . . purple Mercury . . . college. 

Hockey 1, 2, 3; Football 1. 







James Farrell 

109 Sunrise Road 

"There is no index of character so sure as the voice." 

Jim . . . J.J. . . . pet peeves: nitches and freshmen, wars 
with D.N. . . . enjoys theater, singing, cast parties and 
spending money . . . likes ShaNa-Na, strawberry milk- 
shakes, expensive restaurants and a little red-haired girl 
. . . dislikes math, super B.S. and late working nights 
. . . "Baloney!" . . . Nathan's in Pittsburg with a rare 
tropical aunt? . . . favorite people: G.P., E.G., J.C, C.H. 
and company . . . found on stage or in Marsh field 
driving around in a beige Third . . . curly hair with 
deadly elbo ws . . . 9th grade poems . . . plans to attend 
college and then grow old happily. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; All State Chorus 4; Double Quartet 3. 4; 
Senior Play; Drama Club 2. 3. 4; International Thespian 
Society 2, 3, 4. 




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Theresa Finnegan 

47 Perry Drive 

Terry . . . pet peeves: low gas tanks, flat tires, L.B. . . . 
likes cruisin' with P.R.M., football games, D.Q. refiears- 
als, skiing, plays, boys . . . dislikes waiting for weekends, 
getting lost. Modern Lit. class. . . "Ah, you're right!" 

. . . "We're Out of Here!" . . . "Acapuico" . . . "How do 
you spell '". . . "Connie", P.R.M., Hugo . . found 
cruisin' in the brown Toyota, at Garden's, on stage, 
kissing curbstones! . . that laugh . . bright blue eyes 

. . . gullible . . . poor spelling . . card fights! . col- 
lege. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; All State Chorus 4; 
Double Quartet 3, 4, Senior Play: Drill Team 3; Softball 
A, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3; National Honor Society 
3, 4: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Field 
Hockey 2, 4; Lonely Hearts Club 1, 3, 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 3, International Thespian Society 2, 3, 4. 



Jack Fitzpatrick 

87 Brookfield Road 



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Pamela Flynn 
40 Hooper Street 
A smile costs nothing, but it means so much." 

Pam . . . short blonde hair . . "Skiing" . . pet peeve is 
cruising Westwood on weekends . . . likes jamming with 
guitars, running . . . laughing . . . dislikes gossip . . . 
"What's up?" . . . found with "special" friends from 
room 73 . . . always a friendly smile . . college bound, 
physical education. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 4, Senior Play 4; Field 
Hockey 1. 2. 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; 
Softball 1. Basketball 1, Track 2, 3, 4. Captain 3. 

Jane Flynn 

34 St. Denis Drive 

Be definite . . more or iessl" 

Jane . . . likes cruising, silver Datsons . . . dislikes repeat- 
ing for Karen, helping Nancy see who is in the cafeteria, 
bucket seats . . . "Lie down!" . . . "Those are Fayva 
shoes!" . . . found with Bob, J.D., K.E., O.K., P.K. . . . 
working at Fayva . . cute and easy going . . . plans to 
study deviant behavior. 

Senior Play 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Sacred Cheese 2; Prom 
Committee 4, French Club 1 

Judith Folsom 

649 High Street 

"Our chief want in life is to find someone who will help 
us find ourselves." 

Jodi . . pet peeves: rainy days, crabby people . . . likes 
playing the organ, going to the beach, cruising, teaching 
first and second grade, camping, swimming . . . dislikes 
loud people, snobs, boring days, likes going to Mac's . . . 
"Oh, okay." "No" . . "Ya big baby." favorite 

people are A. D., AC, K.S., J.V , D.S., A C. and D.K . . . 
found down the street, at Dedham Sears 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Senior Play 4; Pep Club 2, 3, Drama 
Club 1. 

Celeste Ford 

491 Everett Street 

"Life is an exciting business and most exciting when it is 
lived for others " 

Celeste . . pet peeves: high beams, straight hair, tan 
locker . . , playing the oboe and sewing . . . likes the 
color green, Volkswagens . dislikes growling stom- 
achs, maps , . "Hello" . . "What?" . "Let's go for a 
walk." . . found under the stairs . always peppy and 
smiling . . college. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Orchestra 4; 
Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 




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Denise Gallagher 

203 Washington Street 

"Happiness is not having everything you want, but 
wanting everything you have " 

Den . . . long brown hair, sincere, always smiling . . . "I 
don't remember." . . . enjoys cooking, cake decoratmg, 
and water sports . . . children, Italian food, the Cape . . . 
white Christmas . . . dislikes school lunches and rainy 
days . . . likes summers in Lakeville . . . found in the old 
cooking room or at the elementary schools . . . pet 
peeves: Eagerman's Bakery, cliques . . . college. 

Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Track 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Folk 
Club 3; Field Hockey 1: Prom Committee 3; Field 
Hockey Manager 3, 4. 




Kathleen Gallagher 

30 Bonney Street 

"Of all the pleasures life can bring. Friendship is the 
sweetest thing " 

Kate . . . friendly, hazel eyes . . . pet peeve: duds, being 
called dynamite by anyone but Mr. Snell . . . likes hock- 
ey, cheering, McDonaldland cookies . . . soft, sad songs, 
C.Y.O. trips . . . curly hair, rosy cheeks and DIMPLES 

. . . panda hunting with E.G.G.'s . . . dislikes being 
called Kathy . . . "Thank youBye: . . . "You guys!" . . . 
found in Home Ec. or with Lucy . . . Carol . . . Jeannie 

. . . plans to be a kindergarten teacher or an airline 
stewardess. 

Chorus 1, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4; 
Drill Tc- V ., 4; Ho. -^cv v^iifeerleading 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Madrigals 3, 4; French Club 1; Prom Committee 3. 

Lisa Garofalo 

22 Fearing Drive 

"I'm gone to Carolina in my mind." 

Lis . . . dislikes unsympathetic people, cold weather . . . 
likes music, classical guitar, photography, Carolina, 
James Taylor, "Cato", rain, big breakfasts, deserted 
beaches . . . "I can't stand it!". . . "I'm sorry." . . . "I 
don't know. "... "Punky" ... D.S. . . . Harris . . . 
DC... found in North Carolina. . . gullible, naive, 
"Honest to the point of tears" . . always getting 
dumped on . . . "She can take it but she can't dish it 
out. "... college. 

Pep Club 1, 2; A.F.S. Host 3; A F.S. Club 3, 4; Drama 
Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Boys Track Scribe 1, 2. 



Mary Gallagher 

250 Oak Street 

"All I have seen, teaches me to trust in all I haven't." 

Mary . . . pet peeves: Miss Rice, Cat Stevens, snobs . . . 
ice skating, swimming, concerts, spending money . . . 
likes long running roads, good food, and old M.J. par- 



ties .. . dislikes Friendly 's, 
carded . . . "Oh my God!" . . 
favorite people: B.B., J.M. . 
green eyes . . . never on time . 
college. 

Girls' Ice Hockey 4; Yearbook Staff 4, Senior Play 4. 



radar traps and getting 
"Give me a break!" . . . 
. Aries . . . brown hair, 
junior college. 



Margaret Geary 

20 York Way 

"Oooo that Shakespearean Rag— it's so elegant, so intel- 
ligent." 

Margaret . . . pet peeves: people who ask questions, 
quarterbacks, Chem Study, Calculus, loud, booming 
voices... likes T.S. Eliot, James Joyce, John Up- 
dike . . . dislikes Richard Seltzer . . . "Good morning 
Dave-0!" ■ . . only one favorite person: "He has a bigger 
mouth than I do," . . . found in the 800's . . . beautiful 
blue eyes . . . plans to survive. 

Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, Library Club 1; 
Sacred Cheese 4; Harlequin 3, 4; French Club 1. 



Daniel Getchell 

65 Mayfair Drive 

"Why should the devil have all the good times'" 

Danny . . enjoys motorcycles and Fiats . . . likes girls 
. . . dislikes intellectuals and snobs . . . "OH, YA?!" . . . 
"No way!" . . . Dottie, Greg, LeRoy . . . found cruising 
around . . . partying ... at the Pits . . . Stone Hill 
Rd. . . . business college. 



Edward Germano 

106 Whitewood Road 

"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best 
of men." 

Ed . . . pet peeve is Mr. Beurman ... all nighters at 
Fred's and Dave's . . . weekends, dances. Cape, parties 
. . . dislikes empty gas tanks . . . "You can take a joke. " 
. . . "Ya, you're right." . . favorite people: L.W., J.H , 
M.Q., Moochy-Petesy . . . found at the Legion, in Phil's 
office . . . messy hair . . . sinking car in pond . . . hock- 
ey .. . college. 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys' Hockey 2, 3, 4. 




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Jeanne Giblin 

38 Alder Road 

"A friendly manner is more valuable than gold." 

Jeannie . . . likes snowstorms, lime sherbet, sports, pink, 
ice skating . . . dislikes Monday mornings, rainy days, 
snobby people, being called "Champ" . . found at the 
Boston Skating Club or in Room 73 . . . long brown 
hair . . . cute smile, gorgeous clothes . . . "yea. Oh come 
ont" . . . enjoys panda hunting . . . plans to teach ice 
skating, become a special education teacher 

Senior Play: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff. 




Robert Glaser 

89 Webster Street 

"If the law is of such a nature that it requires one to be 
an agent of injustice against another, then I say break 
the law." 

Bob . . ■ hates job hunting . . . likes playing percussion, 
French horn, piano . . . future Quasinerys Club 
writing music . . . talking til 1 a.m. . . . quartet . . . Bee 
ket, Marx Bros, movies, Thoreau, Asimov, classical gui 
tar, ELP, Essays of Insanity, Bach "Kill Itl" . . 

"Hey, Hey, Heyl" . . . T.W., L.G., E.H., J F., H.L. . . 
BPL, music room, courtyard . . . stage . . . on the field 
. . . six sentences condensed to two words . . college. 

Band 4; Concert Band 4; Orchestra 4: Chorus 3. 4, 
District Chorus 4, Senior Play; Track 1; Drama Club 2. 
3, 4; Photography Club 2; International Thespian Socie- 
ty 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4 

Joanne Griffin 

60 Lorraine Road 

"Why should the devil have all the good times " 

Joanne . . . likes talking, partying at Kirk's . . . sneaking 
around with Sue . . . girls' room . . . Bergson's . . . "Real- 
ly." . . . "What a Killer!". . . pet peeves: gym, people 
who talk slowly, people who ask a lot of questions . . 
dislikes staying home . . . short . . . brown hair and 
brown eyes . . plans to party the rest ol her life. 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 

Lucy Greenlaw 

78 Parker Street 

"Friendship is a horizon which expands when ap- 
proached " 

Lucy . . . dimples and brown eyes . . . "You guys' "... 
pet peeves: late drill team practices, boring weekends, 
loud people . . . chocolate shakes and French fries . . . 
water skiing, sailing, tennis. . . "Kindal" . . . found in 
Wolfeboro, N.H. . . Kate . . . Eagerman's Bakery . . . 
enjoys people, panda hunting with E.C.G.'s . . . Friday 
nites in the two tone Olds . dislikes dances, boring 
English classes . . college. 

Chorus 4; Girls' Glee Club 2, 4, Senior Play 4; Drill 
Team 3, 4; Hockey Cheerleader 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sacred Cheese 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 
4; Harlequin 2, 3, 4; Folk Club 3; Business Club 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, Girls' Tennis 1, 2 

Gregg Guinta 

45 Magnolia Drive 

"Man's noblest gift is his sincerity, for it embraces his 
iniegrity." 

Guint . Quant as . . . pet peeve is people who mooch 
money . . Stan . . . favorite activity is basketball . . . 
likes girls, beer, and parties . . . dislikes warm beer . . 
"Gimme a break'" . . . 'What's up?" found in the 

Mezzanine, Cleveland Circle, parties, and Lewis's . . . 
Huns . . Boston College 

Senior Play 4, Student Advisory Board 3. Soccer 3. 4; 
Track 1. 2; Boys' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 

Suzanne Gurski 

21 Oak Street 

"What is life without a little fun'" 

Susie . . . Sue . . . likes parties, concerts, and snowball 
fights . . . dislikes being late and indefinite plans 
favorite people: J.B.. J.A.. AS., DC, L.W.. JH., M.O.. 
PS., J.W. . . . Elton John, Rod Stewart, singing Maggie 
Mae . . . pet peeves: MM, trees that don't move, and 
stalling cars . . . found at Owen Motors, Tim's or with 
friends . . . "Where do you want to go?" ... "/ wanna 
go home!" . . plans to become an interior designer. 

Business Club 4; Drama Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 



Dori Gottfried 

291 Farm Lane 

"Those who give have all things." 

Dor . . . window . . . pet peeves: people sticking fingers 
down their throats, "Looky, Looky" . . . tennis . . . bas- 
ketball . . . cruising . . . eating . . listening to records 
. . . Dentyne . . . American cold-cut subs . . . Beach 
Boys, Levi's . . . dislikes frosting, raisins, ice cubes . . . 
"OK" . . . "Forget this!" . . . N.M. . . . found at Ma 
Riva's, Trinity, or in the blue T-Bird . . quiet . . . sin- 
cere . . . organized . . . neat . . college. 

Senior Play; Swimmers Aide 2; Softball 1; Pep Club 1. 
2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, Co Cap- 
tain 3; Powder Puff Football 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4. 
Co Captain 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4 




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Judith Hallion 

87 Ellis Street 

"A day without laughter is wasted." 

Jijde . . . likes parties, weekends, and the Rolling Stones 
. . . shopping . . . pet peeves: getting up early, getting 
teased . . . "What's going on this weekend?" . . . Eddie 
and the gang, Lynda, Shelly, Pam, Jan . . . found at the 
Legion or Bergson's at 7:15 . . . long brown hair . that 
laugh . . . watery eyes . . . college. 

Cheerleader 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Field Hockey 2; Business Club 4. 




Maureen Hanley 

24 Strasser Avenue 

"And I have promises to keep and miles to go before I 
sleep " 

Maur . . . one of the guys . . . Kel, DaveO . . . on the 
courts, at Bickford's . . . little kids . . . basketball games 
. . . Bri . . . "Give it a rest!" . . . pet peeves: the English 
language, dirty lockers. . . "Dynamite.'" . . . Yavi, 
T.fl/I. . . . driving . . . dislikes cafeteria food, crowds . . . 
"There's just no way." . . . Deb . . . J.D. . . . injected 
with a phonograph needle . . . medical school. 

Blue Ribbon Committee 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 4, 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 4; Year 
book Staff 4; Tennis 1. 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Health Careers Club 1; French Club 2. 3. 



Elaine Hanlon 

30 Beacon Street 

"Love is like five loaves and two fishes; it's never 
enough until you give it away." 

Elaine. . . likes Marx Bros., J.R R., Bach, "tall" shoes. 
French V . . . singing, quartet, acting, laughing. Young 
Life . . . dislikes school jello . "Sugar Sweet" . . . 
"Boot it!" . . . the Deacon and the folk group . . . loves 
mankind . . . found at the Sugar Suite, m someone else's 
car . . . glasses . . . that voice! . . . college. 

Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2. 3, 4; Glee Club 2. 3, 4; 
Senior Play. AFS Club 3; Hockey Cheerleader 4; Pep 
Club 1, 2; Track 3; Sacred Cheese 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Madrigals 3, 4; Field Hockey 1. 2, 3; Spanish 
Club 3, 4, President 3; Prom Committee. French Club 1. 
2, 3. 4, President 3. 



Leslie Hannon 

83 Greenacre Road 

"Nothing but Heaven itself is better than a friend who is 
really a friend." 

Les . . pet peeves: phone bills, when Sally won't start 
up . . . enjoys parties, biking, and watching football 
games. . . likes visiting P.S.C. . . . dislikes raisins, her 
bad knee . . . "Guess who's coming home?" . . . favorite 
people include Doug, L.R., The M's, C.S. . . . found at 
Lindsay's or Munroe's . . . "Color My World" . . . blonde 
hair . . . always the big smile . . . college. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Manager of Swim Team 2, 3. 

Brian Harrington 
105 Briar Lane 
'The spirit of sportsmanship is a valuable asset." 

Bri . . . plans to learn a little and experience a lot . . . pet 

peeves: loud girls, crutches . . . taking life nice and easy 
. . . good people, dressing up . . . "We're out of here!" 
. . . likes anyone who's tracks he's crossed . . . wheeling 

around town . . . friendly ... "/ did it my way!" . . . 

college. 

Senior Play. Boys' State 3; Student Council 1. 2, 3. 4, 
Treasurer 3. President 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 1; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Drama Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Student- Faculty Forum 4, Soccer 3, 4, Captain 4; Bas-. 
ketbdil 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. 



Beth Harris 

32 Smith Drive 
"Wisdom is knowing you can't be wise." 

Beth . . . dislikes college boards, babysitting . . . enjoys 
art, eating, sports, TV . . . Softball, basketball, tennis, 
food . . . CD., T.A., A.B., CM.. K.D.. D.S., N.S. . . . 
found in the Media Center . . . looks like sister Bobbi 
. . . college. 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff Football 2. Basketball 3. 

Janice Harrington 

64 Chamberlain Avenue 

"Give freely of your laughter and it is returned to you." 

Janice . . . favorite activities: bike riding, skiing, tennis, 
dancing, horseback riding, walking, hiking . . . dislikes 
nicknames . . . likes feasting, getting S. aggravted, maca- 
roni and cheese . . . cookies and milk, sunsets, summer 
. . . Allman Bros., good music . . . "What a killer!" . . . 
"Give me a break!" . . . "Hangin' 10" . . . D.K., S.C, 
M.R., and friends . . . cute . . . plans to become a dental 
assistant. 

Senior Play; Pep Oub 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1; Year- 
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Roberta Harris 

32 Smith Drive 

"Back of tranquility lies always conquered unhappi- 
ness." 

Bobbi . . . dislikes looking for a job. snobs, babysitting, 
doing dishes, homework . . . enjoys sports, t.v., art, eat- 
ing, movies . . . "My little lion. "... found in the 
gym . . . looks like sister Beth . . . college. 

Field Hockey 3; Powder Puff Football 3; Basketball 3; 
Softball 2, 3. 4. 



Thomas Harris 

63 Elm Street 

"Live life today for tonnorrow we might not be." 

Amous . , . Tom . . . pet peeve is going to Damon . . . 
enjoys cars, horses, and going to parties . . . likes almost 
anything; including girls, horses and cars . . . dislikes 
work ... "/ don't give a — " . . . Bud, Wayne, Jim, and 
Ginny . . . found in Ginny's or Chucky's cellar . . . plans 
to be a plumber and travel agent. 

Bowling Team 1. 



Kevin Harrison 

72 Fearing Drive 

"You only go around once, so live it with gusto." 

Kev . . . pet peeve is filling his gas tank up . . . favorite 
activities: Golfing, hauling . . . likes good weekends, 
harassing Buck . . . dislikes boring weekends, running 
out of gas . . . "Lets do it!" . . . big weekend . . . "You 
animal."... favorite people: E.l\/I., Dave, Ed, Buck, 
IVIooch . . . found working at Fenway Park . . . 1967 
Mustang . . . afro . . . plans to go to Stonehill College. 

Senior Play; Golf 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1. 




Robert Hazle 

81 Westchester Drive 

"This much is certain: that he that commands the sea is 
at great liberty, and may take as much as little of the 
war as he will." 

Bob . . . crazy Haze . . , pet peeves are football and 
swimming practice . . . likes Bud, Emerson Lake and 
Palmer, scuba diving... "Eee" . . . favorite people: 
Chmie, G. T., G.S. . . . found on the football field, in the 
pool or at Mr. D's . . . college major in oceanography. 

Lacrosse 3, 4; Football 3, 4, Swim Team 3, 4. 



Lawrence Hayes 
61 Brookfield Road 
"Fall on your own course in life." 

Larry . . . pet peeves: physics, Shakespeare, windless 
days . , . sailing . . . skiing . . . Gordon Lightfoot, John 
Denver . . . found in Kingston, Stop & Shop, playing 
chess . . . plans to go to college or Vista. 

Chess Club 4; Ski Club 1, 3. 



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Lindsay Henderson 
II Reed Avenue 

"Charm, personality, and pep - To keep up with her 
you'll have to lake a step." 

Linds . . . enjoys cocktailing, being friendly, late week- 
end nights . . likes memories, with J.B., chocolate ice- 
cream . . . dislikes false people, put-ons . . "Dyna- 
mitel" . . . "All right!" . . . "Your place or mine?" . . . 
Freo, Yim, Smoochy, D.B., Leslie . at the pub with 
Fred and Jim, Leslie . . . cute, squinty eyes, lots of 
class . . . college bound. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Chorus Secretary 
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Stephen Holland 

1 16 Magnolia Drive 

"No mind is thoroughly well-organized that is deficient 
in a sense of humor." 

Stan . ■ . golfing . . . parties . . . fast cars . . . acting . . . 
agering . . . good music . . . dislikes people who mooch 
. . . pet peeves: losing keys at Cahoon's, warm beer . . . 
Ed Sullivan . . . found at Lewis, Dedham Inn or Ca- 
hoon's . . . tall, fantastic sense of humor . . . B.C. 

Senior Play 4; Baseball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 
3, 4; Basketball 1. 



Cynthia Howitt 

1036 High Street 

"There is no great loss without some small gain." 

Cinth . . . Hyacinth . . , enjoys making costumes for 
plays, eating . . . dislikes being called Red, being yelled 
at in the library . . . likes watching school sports . . . 
"Grugga" . . . "We're outa here!"... "You Gashdan 
fool." . . . favorite people; Barbie Bickford, C.C, P.H.. 
J.F., and D.N. . . . found behind the sewing machine, in 
the Little Theater, at Bickford's, and at the Surf . . . 
crazy driver but a great kid . . . college. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Track Scribe 1, 2; Quartet 
4; A.F.S. 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
Madrigals 3, 4; French Club 2. 




Patricia Hubbell 

51 Hawl<tree Drive 

"Hold fast to dreams. For if they die, Life is like a 
broken-winged bird that cannot fly." 

Pat . . . pet peeves: cigarette smoke, the phrase, diets . . . 
dislikes stacks of homework . . . likes small children, 
swimming . . . Paris . . . drawing, eating, hiking, travel- 
ing . . . found at library . . . college, biology major. 

Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Mark Hulbig 
412 Clapboardtree Street 
"Friendship's the wine of life." 

Mark . . . pet peeve is downed computers . . . writing . . . 
photography . . . computer programming . . . bowling 
. . . dislikes freshmen . . . "I'm going to the computer 
room. "... favorite people are seniors . . . found in com- 
puter room . . . college. 

Track 2, Yearbook Staff 4; Chess Club 2. 



William Irving 

21 Dover Road 

"God loves an idle rainbow, no less than labouring 
seas." 

Irv . . . pet peeves: football practice, physics labs, vege- 
tables, O.T.R., rippy twisters, catching Millbur . . . fa- 
vorite activities: Listening to the stereo, sleeping, ice 
cream at Friendly 's, football games . . . likes #30, punt 
returns, taking walks. Mack Herron, leg of La Pointe . . . 
dislikes sugar, moose, taped ankles, bush maneuvers, 
snobs . . . "Bodacious!" . . . "That's bush!" . . . "You're 
History!" . . . "Bye, now." . . . "Ralph" . . . "Go easy." 
... "/ wish I could." . . . "Score!". . . "I need". . . 
favorite people: Ronk, Amy, Ernie, Mai, Clem, Brad, 
Murph, Canoe . . . found on the field, around town, in 
the Capri, at Hal's . . . "I can't find my equipment." . . . 
college. 

Senior Play 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3; Year 
book Staff 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, captain 4. 



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Donna Jacobs 

27 Allen Road 

"Life can be fun if you take it in stride." 

Donna . . . Jakes . . . long, dirty blonde hair . . . bowling 
. . . pet peeve is cigarette smoke . . . likes Nantasket 
Beach on rainy nights . . . "Give me a break!" . . St. 
Dennis folk group . . . trips to Mt. Washington . . . favor- 
ite people: Bob, Joan, and Nancy . . . found at N.C. T.C., 
Cabot's, F.F.S. . . . plans to become an accountant. 

Chorus 2. 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; 
Musical 4; Library Club 1; Drama Club 4. 



Albie Jarvis 

104 Tamarack Road 

"Wit makes its own welcome, and levels all distinc- 
tions." 

Albie. . . likes to write . . . dislikes practice, neckties, 
math homework . . . "You kidding me?" . . . Harpo, 
Dan Rather, Dave-O . . . found in the Media Center . . . 
curly hair . . , college. 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Sacred Cheese 3. 4; 
Soccer 3; Boys' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Sara Johns 

1 17 Winter Street 

"To be alive, from there I will create the rest," 

5ara . . . favorite activities: partying, getting faced, talk- 
ing with the girls . . . pet peeves: thugs, being broke . . . 
likes old movies, poetry, weekends, boosters, "Southern 
Boohs", long walks. . . dislikes suspicious minds, 
"E.A.B." . . . "What the ?" . . . favorite people: 

F).W., Elvis, Zappa, Mr. Peabody, Uncle Cid, and friends 
. . . found harassing with S.C. and K.R., in the MC, 
with the gang . . . long blonde hair . . . dirty looks? . . . 
distinctive laugh . . . plans to travel. 

Senior Play 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3: Year- 
book Staff 4; Folk Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Girls' Football 2, 3. 



Kyle Jorgensen 

245 Burgess Avenue 




"There is no such thing as best' in a world of individu- 
als," 

Kyle . . . hates fat and dieting , , . cold pricklies . . . get- 
ting up in the morning . . . likes eating, sewing, driving, 
sleeping, and SUBS . . . cats, levis, plants, "Warm Puz- 
zles" . . . "Are you kidding me?" . . . "And I might, 
too."... "We're outa here!"... "Ayuh" . . . "Don't 
bug at me." . . . "Oh Ya!" . . . "Pitiful!" . . . "Blosy!" 
. . . likes being with Pelicans and real friends . . . found 
at Star Island as much as possible ... a smile and that 
LOOK . . . further education. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Swim Team Scribe 2. 
Madrigals 3; Track Team Scribe 2. 



Sandra L. Johnson 

40 Lynn Terrace 

"Everything is funny when it happens to someone else." 

Sandi . . . blue eye lashes . . . always sarcastic . . . can 't 
take a beating . . . pet peeves: stuttering, getting told 
what not to do by DB , short tempered people, espe- 
cially those with no sense of humor . . . taking walks in 
the woods, riding around, gossiping . . . likes parties, 
subs, playing Jokes . . . dislikes being called Moms May- 
bley, hearing about every time SB. buys . . . "Yeah, 
you're right!" . . . E.E., J.R., S.B., D.B., and the rest of 
the gang . . . found taking trips to Medfield in the bug, 
around town, in the yellow bird... 8/11/73... 
nursing. 

Senior Play 4; drill Team 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Harlequin 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Future 
Nurses 4; Girls' Football 2. 3;Manager of Girls' Swim 
Team 2, 3. 

Dianne Kane 

24 Willow Street 

"Some think the world is made for fun and frolic." 

Di-anne . . . likes cute boys and ARABS . . . cheesebur- 
gers . . . pizza . . . dislikes people who never laugh, Mr. 
K. and being grounded . . . "I'm jus' littal, killer." . . . 
"On it!" . . . found in '75 Olds . . . beating up Billy . . . 
with P.K., L.D.. K.£.,'57 , . , . at home . . . grounded . . . 
big blue eyes . . . naturally nutty . . . plans to become a 
secretary or a stewardess. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Senior Play: Drill Team 3; Hockey 
Cheerleader 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 2; 
Prom Committee 4. 



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Patricia Kane 

59 Ellis Street 

The way we were." 

atty . . . found in blue Cutlass, at Bergson's with O.K. 
nd B.S. . . . Colonial on Sundays . . . Boston on week- 
nds . . . likes boys with blond hair and blue eyes . . . 
ancing . . . "What is it?" . . . "Have a cigarette, Jane. " 
. . typical "Westwooder" . . . found with cousin Diane 
. . also with J.D., K.E. . . . dislikes '74 Camaros, /?■ 
ited movies . . . plans to become a secretary. 

:horus 1, 2, Senior Play; Drill Team 1, 2. 



Michael Keane 

887 Gay Street 
"Life is one great race; you must accept the challenge " 
Mike . . . likes playing chess, tennis, skating . . . enjoys 
track . . . Don, Greg, Brad, Bob M., Gene, Bob H., Bob 
C. John, Pete . . . found out on the track, running 
around town, or in the Media Center playing chess . . . 
good personality, dark brown curly hair, husky, green 
eyes . . . enjoys nature .. . heading towards a career in 
electrical engineering. 

Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captam 3, 4: Winter Track 
1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Tri-Captain 4; Football 1. 



Michael S. Kelley 

169 Nahatan Street 

"Sola resurgit vita." 

Mike . . . Kel . . . football . . . girls . . . drinking . . . 
dumping . . . pet peeve is Greek tragedies . , . likes foot- 
ball players, good looking girls, Michelob . . . dislikes 
long football practices, shaving . . . Cat, "TKO", Maur 
and classmates. . . found at Lewis', Tino's, Sub Villa, 
with friends everywhere . . . Mystery Guest . . . "Stay 
free. "... "Bodacious "... ELP . . . beer belly ... ex- 
troverted . . . W.H.S. drinking team . . . plans to play 
football for Dartmouth. 

Senior Play; Huns 3, 4; Boys' Swim Team 1; National 
Honor Society 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; 
Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 
4, Tri-Captain 4. 




Michael A. Kelly 

514 Hartford Street 

"What is life without a little fun?" 

Mike . . . where the party is . . . skiing . . . "Decent" . . . 
favorite people: T.R., T.H., SB., D.P., M.P., R.K., 
K.M. . . . very friendly . . . found at parties . . . Piatz's 
Caddy . . . Aerosmith . . . pet peeve is snobs . . . "Quiet 
the joker. "... transfer from Xaverian , . . college and 
travel. 

Boys' Hockey 1, 2; Track 1; Chess Club 1; Ski Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Boys' Swim Team 2. 



Debra Kent 

40 Crystal Hill Terrace 

"I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way." 

Debbie . . . enjoys drawing, riding, tennis . . . likes 
double dip chocolate chip ice cream with jimmies . . . 
"You'll get over it. "... "Goodnight, Dick. "... "Yuck- 
ers" . . . Jon, J.H., S.C., C.C. . . . found in red Volksy 
. . . college. 

Senior Play: Ski Trip 1; Prom Committee 4. 



Sheila Kessler 

41 Sycamore Drive 

"Thought is deeper than speech, Feelings deeper than all 
thoughts." 

Sheila . . . that dry humor . . . found in an orange MGA 
with T.D. . . . those times in Wenham . . . working at 
Lechmeres . . . "Know what I mean!" . . . semi-automa- 
tic . . . would like to do extensive traveling . . . college. 

Chorus 1, 2; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Drama Club 1, 2; 
Folk Club 1;Ski Club 1. 



Carol Kerrigan 

60 Winter Street 

"A day is not complete without a smile.' 

Carol . . . likes parties, Stevie Wonder, eating, friendly 
people . . . dislikes getting harrassed, getting up early . . . 
swimming, driving . . . found at Triple A, and Roslin- 
dale ... / 1/1/74 . . . favorite people: John, Diane, fri- 
ends .. . "Only teasing."... constantly talking... 
Libra . . . plans to work and continue education. 

Senior Play; Yearbook Staff 4; Majorettes 1; Business 
Club 4; Softball 4. 




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Peter Killelea 

187 Canton Street 

"Nothing great will ever be achieved without great men, 
and men are great only if determined to be so." 

Pete . . . pet peeve is Big "O" . . . lacrosse . . . eating . . . 
likes to give beatings . . . dislikes weak excuses on vifeek- 
ends . . . "Take your beating." . . . Ribo, "D", Dana, 
Craut . . . found around town with the boys . . . college. 

Senior Play; Lacrosse 3, 4. 



June Kinsman 

16 Sylvan Road 

"The world is round and the place which may seem like 
the end may also be the beginning." 

June . . . Tiger . . . quiet . . . cooperative . . . likes bowl- 
ing . . . going to the movies . . . coin collecting . . . dis- 
likes boring English classes . . . getting caught in the 
rain . . . usually found out on the tennis courts . . , 
"You gotta be kiddin'!" . . . plans to attend college. 

Senior Play; Sacred Cheese 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 



Thomas Kinsman 

16 Sylvan Road 

"Life is something like a trumpet — if you don't put 
anything into it, you don't get anything out." 

Tom. . . enjoys weightlifting, hockey, wrestling, parties 
. . . "Strike nine!" . . . "Going to a fire?" . . . found in 
the courtyard or in the mezzanine . . . quiet . . . Space 
Shot . . . auto body business. 








Steven Koury 

16 Larch Street 

"To know him is to appreciate his qualities." 

Steve . . . likes karate, hockey, giving Larry rides . . . 
those weekend parties . . . dislikes being bothered by 
F.F. . . "Come on." . . . found cruisin' with Rock and 
Gibo, or with Larry ... B.J. . . . sharp dresser . . . nice 
personality . . . "That sounds pretty good!" . . . Babson. 

Football 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play, Track 1, 
2; Sacred Cheese 4, Yearbook Staff; Guys and Dolls 3; 
Kiss Me Kate 4. 



Jeffrey Kocina 

122 High Rock Street 
"Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we shall die." 

Jeff . . . Bear . . . Bunta . . . pet peeve is being asked. 
"Are you the principal's son?" . . . parties and more 
parties . . . likes traveling . . . good parties . . . Mai and 
Buck . . . dislikes early nights. . . having no refresh- 
ments. . . "Too much" . . . "What a rush!" . . . "It'f 
party time!" . . . favorite people are the Bunts, Ned, 
Bean, and 99.97% of the senior class . . . found here and 
there and everywhere . . . mostly in New Hampshire . . . 
that laugh . . . college. 

Band 3, 4; Concert Band 4, WHS Dance Band 3; Foot- 
ball 1. 



Margaret Kugel 

41 Mill Brook Road 

"Mischief is gained by the pound, but dispensed by the 
ounce." 

Peg . . . pet peeves: being called P ", Drum Ma/ors, 
T.G., staying in on weekends. . . Rick Wakemen . . . 
Yes... BOOSTERS... likes lemons... dislikes 
psychology . . . "You armpit!" . . . "I'm not intrigued!" 
. . . "Youch!" . . . favorite people: D.O., G.S., Mr. and 
Mrs. N., Stinko, Mr. Sloan, L.B.'s, Coach G. . . . found 
in Islington, cruising with Kath, left behind . . . 
5' 8" . . . blushes easily . . . blind . . . gullible . . . friend- 
ly .. . Mikie . . . career in business. 

Band 3, 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Play; Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Color Guard 4; Cheerleader 1, 
2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 3, 4; Drama 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Harlequin 3; Ski Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Football 4; Photography Club 1, 2; 
Prom Committee 3; Guys and Dolls 3; Kiss Me Kate 4 



Joseph Laham 

53 Magaletta Drive 

"Life is short, live it up " 

Joe . . . out clubbing. . . out of liVestwood . . . likes 
bodies, money . . . dislikes snobs, people who whisper, 
drive-ins . . "Yea you're right. " . . . personality plus . . 
hockey and clubbing . . . plans to own a used car lot. 




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Ouane Landry 

55 Gushing Road 

If Hero means sincere man, why may not every one of 
s be a Hero." 

>uane . . . pet peeve is insane drivers . . . dislikes fresh- 
lan, wise people, trouble makers . . . favorite people are 
eople without problems . . . found out of town and in 
imote places . . . quiet . . . to himself . . . layering . . . 
lans to attend college, mechanical engineering. 

and 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 



James Lane 

75 Lyons Drive 

"I live always for the fiigh points of Life." 

Jim . . . pet peeves are Moon Dog and P.P. . . . enjoys 
motorcycles, hockey, skiing, and basketball . . . likes the 
Three Stooges . . . dislikes V.P's . . . "Hasta Bana Fuch. " 
. . . "Ahh, Gentlemen." . . . found in Bronx . . . likes to 
go places . . . plans to attend college in California. 

Band 1, Hockey 1. 



Luanne Lazzaro 

120 Hemlock Drive 

"Mischief sparkles m her eyes, and her laughter never 
dies." 

Luar)ne . . . Lu . . . Leggs . . . hates slow drivers, red 
lights, snobs, Monday mornings . . . enjoys doing things 
with people she likes very much . . . likes listening to the 
stereo. The Beach Boys, laughing, acting crazy, smiling, 
driving around in her Chevy . . . dislikes being hasseled, 
doing housework, staying in on weekends . . . "Give me 
a break. "... "No way baby. "... "What a killer. "... 
favorite people: people who are happy and cheerful and 
fun to be with . . . found all around . . . tall, big brown 
eyes, pretty smile, friendly . . . pet peeve is being told 
she looks like Liza Minnelli . . . plans to stay single for a 
long time . . . stenographer. 

Senior play: Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; 
Business Club 2, 3, 4. 




Tom Leach 

272 Hartford Street 

"If life IS worth living, it's worth enjoying." 

Tom . . . enigmatic . . . getting baked . . . individual . 
Suffolk University. 



Theresa Lord 

12 Millbrook Road 

"The world is a comedy to those that think, a tragedy to 
those who feel. ' 

Terry . . . pet peeves: shallow people, greedy politicans 
. . . flea markets . . . likes good people, good music . . . 
dislikes Rod McKuen, over the hill Oldsmobiles . . . 
"Such a life. "... favorite people are Holly and Ted 
Kennedy . . . not to be found . . . matching green eyes 
and blonde hair . . . "Hey, has anyone seen Holly?" . . . 
plans to live happily ever after in a gingerbread cottage 
at the edge of the forest. 

Sacred Cheese 2, 3. 4. 



Hans Lundkvist 

148 Pond Plain Road 

"To be alive, from there I will create the rest." 

Hans ... pet peeve is stupid T. V. commericals ... en- 
joys photography and walking . . . likes wine, women, 
and song . . . dislikes people that aren't themselves . . . 
"What?" . . . favorite people are interesting people . . . 
found out walking or at home . . . the 6' 2" Swede with 
glasses . . . plans to travel and become an engineer. 

Football 4; Exchange Student 4; Senior Play; Kiss Me 
Kate 4. 



Wayne Lundberg 

24 Chester Avenue 

"Only one thing matters - That wherever we go and 
however we go - We hear the music of Life." 

Wayne . . . quiet . . . likes music . . . favorite activities: 
playing the drums, listening to music . . . likes playing 
hockey with friends . . . cruising . . . found at Ginny's 
. . Tom . . Bud . . . plans to work for one year, then 
go to school for criminal law. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, WHS Dance Band 3, 
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Barbara Lynch 

47 Westdale Road 

"Be what you want to be. Go where you want to go. 
Dream what you dare to dream. Live . . 

Barb . . . pet peeves: Mr. B., being called "Bub", hassles 
. . . Drill Team, drama . . . bike rides . . . likes Fridays 
long weekends, chocolate marshmallow ice cream . . 
dislikes steaming hot chocolate, working at M.D.'s, Sat 
urday at Mac's . . . "Ask me if I care?" . . . "Killer!" . . 
"Ooh, ooh, ooh!" . . . "Thank -you." . . . favorite peo 
pie: Miss C, S.D., M.B.C., D.B. . . . found on the field, 
at Gardens, in the blue bomb . . . Cape Cod . . . freckles, 
smiles . . . friendly . . . college, speech therapy. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; cfirls' Glee Club 1, 3; Senior Play: 
Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4; Softball 2; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 3. 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Folk Club 3; Madrigals 3, 4; Manager 
of Softball 1, and Basketball 2; French Club 1, 2. 




Williann Lyons 

15 Fisher Street 

"God never sendeth mouth, but he sendeth meat." 

Bill ■ ■ . pet peeves: school lunches, cold cuts . . . favor 
ite activities: skiing, swimming, eating . . . likes snow, 
Volvos . . . hates physics, last period classes, tests . . 
"Did you hear . . .?" ... favorite people: M.B.C. 
H.M. . . . usually found at Roche Bros., on the slopes, 
M.C. . ■ . college. 

Senior Play; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Ski 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Physics Club 4. 



Therese MacLellan 
273 Oak Street 

"A witty woman is a treasure; a witty beauty is a 
power." 



Therese... pet peeves: being called "Terra", certain 
football players, playing "one on one" . . . busy week- 
ends . . . likes clothes, having her own phone . . . dislikes 
boring weekends, physics . . . "Huh?!" . . . favorite peo- 
ple: Chris, J.B., Italians... red Toyota... Bergson's 
. . . ski slope! . . . nursing school. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Drill Team 3, 4; Softball 
1, 2; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Madrigals 3; 
Powder Puff Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Prom 
Committee 3; Future Nurses 4. 



James Maloof 

48 Juniper Ridge Road 
"Men of few words are the strongest men." 

Jim . . . likes Cape Cod . . . music . . . swimming . . . 
"Oh, yeah. "... "Certainly. "... pet peeve is adults 
who talk like teenagers . . . wears glasses . . . college. 

Swim Team 1 , 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Senior Play. 



Kathryn MacLeod 

1 15 Fensview Drive 

"The treasure of love, wisdom and thought must be 
scribed or they perish with time." 

Kath . . . pet peeves: getting beat on, Sue's driving . . . 
enjoys laughing, skating, skiing, having aaood time 
likes nice "lats", clothes, candy . . . dislikes "mouse", 
glasses . . . "Think you're funny?" . . . "I don't want to 
go to work!" . . . ft.H. . . . SO. . . . found with Susan, 
at Dr. Cumming's office, shopping . . . cute, smiling, 
happy, quick wit . . . Hawaii Five-O . . . nursing. 

Chorus 3; Glee Club 2; Senior Play; Cheerleader 1 , 2, 3; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3; Health Careers 
Club 4; Future Nurses 4. 

Joan Manchester 

32 Clearwater Drive 

"/ will take my life into my hands, and I will use it. " 

Joan... pet peeves: Libby, R.V.D., bluejays, 
W.H.S. . ■ . partying, being rowdy . . . likes music, bowl- 
ing . . , dislikes moon dogs, Mr. M., getting up early, 
99% of W.H.S. faculty . . . "What a bummer!" . . . Fin- 
nius . . . found at King's, Walpole Mall . . . Laselle Junior 
College. 

Senior Play; Drama Club 2. 



Polly Manchester 

32 Clearwater Drive 
"I have found you an arguement; I am not obliged to 
find you an understanding " 

Polly . . . hates hearing "What's your real name?" . . . 
shoes around neck . . . found chewing gum in the crafts 
room, whistling down the hall . . . likes eating, especially 
chocolate chip ice cream . . . Little Theatre . . . cruisin' 
on Tuesday . . . "Ya, you're right!" . . . very sarcastic 
. . . hates staying home, gym, modern lit. . . . "Connie" 
. . . blue beret . . . dislikes being told she's wrong . . . 
"O.K." . . . college. 

Chorus 3; Senior Play; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sacred 
Cheese 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Harlequin 4; International Thespian Society 3, 4; Pow- 
der Puff Football 2; Prom Committee 3; French Club 2, 
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Caryl Mancinelli 

56 Martha Jones Road 

t matters only what you are." 

\ryl . . . partying . . . getting buzzed . . . pet peeves: 
istwood, snobby people, school . . . hates jocks . . . 
vorite person is Raymond . . . found at Nabes, Nor- 
jod . . . 7/3/73 , . . plans to attend a two-year college. 




D. Jeffreys Margensey 

1 1 1 Lakeshore Drive 

"How wonderful is life while you're in the world." 

Jeff . . . favorite activities: p-rides, music, keeping yel- 
low bomb running, avoiding W.P.F. and Barney . . . likes 
short Wednesdays, Mac's, the M.B., Camels... "Hey, 
what's happening?" . . . found with assorted derelicts 
and weirdos . . . Old Mill . . . dislikes confrontations 
with Phil and Chuck . . . "Yeah, you're right!" . , . 
"Give me a break!" . . . long hair, tall . . . occasional 
moustache . . . plans to discover America and Brazil . . . 
college. 

Senior Play, Drama Club 2, 3. 

Deborah Marvel 

94 Briar Lane 

"A man must live as he dreams; alone." 

Debbie . . . pet peeves: self-pity, pretense . . . likes 
strength, being alone, quiet, being dazzled, surprises . . . 
"You must be kidding!". . . "neat". . . "Huzzah" . . . 
favorite people: Sue, Jane, Steph and the few selected 
others who see . . . found in the courtyard, at the Cape, 
hiding . . . up and down . . . college. 

Sacred Cheese 2, 3, 4; Harlequin 1 , 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 
4; Senior Play. 

Nancy Masison 

76 Spellman Road 

"I am only one and yet I am one. I cannot do every- 
thing but I can do something." 

Nancy . . . likes to talk, to listen . . . long bike rides, 
walks, empty beaches at night . . . pet peeves: doing i.d. 
pictures, biographies, filling out applications, getting 
donuts . . . enjoys eating, swimming, sleeping, going to 
the track . . . dislikes getting up for school, homework 
. . . "Are you kidding?" . . . "Really?" . . . likes ice 
cream, Soko's pizza, sunsets, thunderstorms, people . . . 
England . . . found anywhere friends are . . . travel . . . 
hopes to keep on living (at least for a while). 

Chorus 1, 3, 4; Senior Play; Student Council 4; Powder 
Puff Football 2; Pep Club 2, 4; Track 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Student-Facul- 
ty Forum Secretary 4; French Club 2, 3; Yearbook 
Co-editor 4; Manager Girls Basketball 3. 

Carol Mather 

61 Farm Lane 

"Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken 
winged bird that cannot fly " 

Carol . . . pet peeves: being called a girl jock, people 
asking her why she has a skirt on . . . favorite activities: 
basketball, swimming, eating . . . likes pizza, Levi's, 
crayons . . . dislikes lima beans, "lOO's on 1:20" . . . "I 
don't mean to be mean, but ..."... "Ya, you're right!" 
. . , favorite people: B., S., D., J., P., B. . . . found on 
the courts, in the pool, at Garside's . . big feet . . . 
leaving Westwood for N.J. . . . college. 

Chorus 1, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1; Student Council 3, 4; 
Senior Play; Softball 1 ; Girls' Football 3; Pep Club 1 , 2, 
3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Field Hockey 1; Girls' Swim Team 1, 
2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4; Girls' Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4, 
Co-captain 3, 4; Girls' Tennis 2, 3, 4. 

David Masse 

1571 High Street 

"Think like a man of action and act like a man of 
thought." 

Dave . . friendly . . . gray and red car . . . easy going . . . 
dislikes duds, boring studies, dances, and getting dressed 
up! . . . likes to learn, jeans, enough gas and money to 
get by . . . flannel shirts . . . found anywhere with F.B., 
Bradley ... D.B. . . . working in pharmacy . . . chemist. 



Steve Martin 
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Charles Mathys 

147 Mill Street 

"Man should live by his own principles and never some- 
one elses." 

Charlie . . . Chas . . . pet peeve ts smoking on the bus . . . 
enjoys skiing, hiking, playing the trumpet, basketball 
. . . likes the Cape, music, and Maine . . . favorite peo- 
ple: Hans, Peter and David . . . found at Pete's house or 
in his black Volkswagen . . . goofy but a great kid! . . . 
plans to attend college. 

Band 1,2,3, 4; Concert Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1 , 2, 
3,4. 




Sue Ellen McAulay 

14 Ford Place 

"It is a friendly heart that has plenty of friends." 

Sue . . . pet peeves: Monday A block, yelling and 
screaming, being late for anything . . . likes meeting peo- 
ple, dancing, things out of the ordinary , , . sewing, 
ice-skating, parties . . . dislikes having a constant sched- 
ule . . . "Life is tough." . . . "Don't bother me." . . . 
found in the city . . . honest, sentimental, determined 
. . . nursing. 



Peter McCracken 

270 Farm Lane 

"To know him is to appreciate his qualities." 

Peter . . . Pete . . . favorite activities are playing hockey 
and going to B's games . . . pet peeve is cigarettes . . . 
likes big parties and good weekends, the Allman Broth- 
ers . . . dislikes excuses . . . "What's going on this week- 
end?" . . . "I can't, I'm out of gas!" . . . favorite people: 
Mooch, the Three Musketeers, Manga, Sara, Jim, D.S., 
K.H.. F. & D.S., S.C, P.K., D.S., PS., J.R., PC, 
S.D. . . . found with friends, at the Legion, in Maine . . . 
yellow Capri . . . 4 t 4 = 8? . . . college. 

Senior Play, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4. 



Eric McCarthy 

25 Magaletta Drive 

"Fight fire with fire, and craft with craft. The mind's 
the standard of the man." 

Eric . . . pet peeve is school buses . . . favorite activities: 
skiing, driving . . . likes weekends, Sugarloaf, K2 . . . dis- 
likes working Friday or Saturday nights . . . favorite 
people: Brian, Bruce, Jack . . . found at Roche Bros. . . . 
8 hour Erks . . . college bound. 

Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4, Senior Play; Ski Club 1,2,3, 4; Golf 
Team 1, 2; Ski Team 1, 2, 3,4. 



Nancy McDonough 
126 Winter Street 
"If life's worth living it's worth enjoving!" 

Nancy . . . pet peeves are R.B. and catching the bus . . . 
enjoys typing with Mrs. Ceary . . . likes "Pink Stars and 
Galiax!", S.L. Bummer, and Stevie Wonder . . . "What 
can I say?!" . . . "Give me a Break!!" . . . Deb, Artie, 
and Bummer . . . found in Melvin, N.H. . . . "3M's on 
the log. " and F.F.O. . . . friendly, long red hair . . . plans 
to attend college. 

Senior Play; Softball 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Ski Club 
3,4; Chemistry Club 2, 3. 



Emily McEntee 

779 Gay Street 

"Happiness doesn't come from doing what we like to 
do, but from liking what we have to do." 

Emily . . . always smiling . . . curly hair . . . favorite ac- 
tivities: swimming, dancing, drawing . . . "Are you kid- 
ding?" . .. likes the Bruins, boys. . . dislikes snow, 
physics, school . . . favorite people: Jimmy, Anne, Cur- 
tis, Eileen, Sue, Karen . . . found in Dedham . . . plans to 
work. 

Chorus 1 , 2, 3,4; Pep Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3. 



Susan McCafferty 

94 Fearing Drive 

"She was born with the gift of laughter and the sense 
that the world was mad," 

Sue . . . Susie . . . pet peeves: being allergic to Christmas 
trees, seasonal ailments and camping with hunters in the 
woods . . . favorite activities: playing the guitar, playing 
ragtime on the piano, golf, and tennis . . . likes commer- 
cials, Johnny Carson, a good joke or a bad one, and 
anything unusual or irrelevant . . . "I can't breathe!" . . . 
"I'm really serious you guys!" . . . favorite people: CM., 
Bicnabs, Stiffs . . . found wheezing on the courts, in the 
Dr.'s office . . . always laughing . . . making weird faces 
. . . very implusive . . . college bound. 

Chorus 1, 2; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Student Council 3, 4; 
Senior Play; Softball 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Field Hockey 1, 3, 4; Girls' Swim Team 1, 2; Girls' 
Tennis 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Student-Faculty Forum 
3, 4, Sec. 3; Bicnabs of America 3, 4, Pres. 4. 




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Karen McGilly 

303 Oak Street 

'In the cities, no one is quiet but many are lonely; in 
:he country, people are quiet but few are lonely." 

Karen . . . quitting . . . making costumes . . . swimming 
. . . likes snow, flea markets. Currier and Ives, cameos 
. . . dislikes shiny clothes, cigarette smoke, studying! 
. . . likes farms . . . country music . . . flannel shirts . . . 
Jorrie, Miss Glancy . . . "But ....'" ... found near a 
■ewing machine, backstage. 

Drama Club 3, 4; Girls' Swim Team 2. 



Richard McGrail 

94 Tamarack Road 
"It is difficult to tell how much men's minds are concili- 
ated by a kind manner and gentle speech" 

Dick . . . pet peeve is Hospitals. . . football . , . enjoys 
all-niters at Fred and Dave's, partying 'til sunrise, week- 
ends, bus rides home from camp . . . favorite people: 
Fred, Dave, Mooch, Mick, Humph . . . found at parties 
or at the Legion . . . college. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Winter Track 2, 3,4; 
Spring Track 1, 2; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Bunt 
Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Michael Mclnnis 

30 Wildwood Drive 

"All things come to him who will but wait." 

Mike . . . likes weekends in N.H., afternoon football . . . 
"WWhat??" . . . LOMUS . . . Chump . . . Dana . . . Iron- 
rrlap cra'y rr^v.iy people... found hunting big 

game with Chun.fj . . . dislikes being called Fickey . . . 
plans for college. 

Hockey 1, 2; Bunt Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Thomas Mclntyre 

124 Phillips Brooks Road 

"To do a great right, do a little wrong." 

Tom . . . cross-country . . . Fenway Park . . . "Maura 
who?" . . . likes Christmas, snow, and the ace in the 
hole . . , Mac, Clem, Mai, Perl, R.C.. L.B. . . . found at 
Mai's or with foot deep in mouth . . . dislikes getting 
dumped on and being called Tex . . . millions of freck- 
les, turns red easily . . . college. 

Chorus 3, 4; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
International Thespian Society 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; N.H.S. President 4. 

Lee McKenna 

55 Smith Drive 



"Love thy Neighbor." 

Lee . . . pet peeves: gossip, crowded halts, P.S. and D.S. 
yelling, "Hey, Leroy!" . . . enjoys swimming, reading, 
working in the library, and band . . . tikes peanut butter 
and steeping . . . dislikes diets, homework, being short 
... "You lose!?"... "Vouch!" .. . favorite people: 
Miss Congdon, Mrs. Gean, and Mr. Stack . . . found in 
the library or in the bandroom, making peanut butter 
cookies ... a little crazy and loud, but nice . . . plans to 
major in international service. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; 
Library Club 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 2; Drama Club 2; 
French Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 

Lynne McParland 

35 Hartford Street 

"Beauty is kmd, as well as charm." 

Lynne . . . cute . . . blonde hair . . . always smiting . . . 
pet peeves: people who put others down for kicks, 
getting stabbed in the back . . . enjoys drawing, writing. 
skating . . . likes chocolate chip ice cream . . . dislikes 
homework , . . found out of Westwood . . . plans to go 
to college. 

A.F.S. Club 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Harlequin 3. 



Laurie McKeon 

1 10 Country Lane 

"If you are honest, it is the best thing in the world. It 
goes above intelligence." 

Laurie . . . favorite activities: sailing, swimming, bowl- 
ing, biking . . . likes to travel, meet people, to see 
movies . . . dislikes Monday mornings, people who don't 
say "hi"... "Hey man, what's happening?"... 
"Double Q" . . . favorite people: E.M., T.A., A.S. . . . 
found at Sky-Way. in Martha's Vineyard . . . always 
smiling . . . short black hair . . . plans to attend college 
and travel. 

Senior Play; Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 2, 3; 
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Jeffrey Mingels 

20 Aran Road 

"Quiet the hot set-up!" 

Jefi . . . Hoach . . , likes the Allman Brothers . . . Fat- 
staff . . . "This is bogus!" . . . blue Jeans . . . dislikes 
working . . . favorite people: O'Sull, Big "O", Glen, 
Schultzy, Steve . . . pet peeve is physics . . . "Crapo "... 
found in or working on Triumphs . . , Ace German To- 
boggan Team??!?! . . . college. 

Track 1 . 



Scott Mirsky 

107 Locust Drive 



Clifford Monac 

168 Fisher Street 

"Trust men and they will be true to you: trust them 
greatly and they will show themselves great." 

Cliff . . . pet peeves: cliques and sophomores . . . enjoys 
skiing, tennis, and chess . . . likes fast cars and winter 
snow . . . dislikes physics and V.W.'s . . . "You turkey!" 
... "Partytime!" . . . favorite people: G.S., G.T., 
C.F. . . . found at Charlie's, M.C. . . . plans to major in 
business. 

Chorus 1, 2; Senior play; Ski Team 1, 2; Kiss Me Kate 4; 
Tennis 1 , 2; Chess Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 




Robert Mucciarone 

465 Summer Street 

"Great bashfulness is often the effect of pride than of 
modesty." 

Bob . . . Mooch . . . favorite activities: going to Bruins' 
games and football games . . . likes weekends and par- 
ties . . . Pete ... Ed . . . found at the Legion or in green 
Cougar . . . dislikes getting up in the morning . . . pet 
peeves: taking a beating, people who pull sideburns . . . 
"Decent!" . . . "We know your problems." . . . very 
handsome ... quiet . . . plans to work and become rich. 

Senior Play; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Yearbook 
Staff 4 



Jane Montgomery 

17 Lancaster Drive 

"Never say anything that will not improve on silence ' 

Jane . . . pet peeves: nuts, people who nod instead of 
saying "Hi" . . . likes baton twirling, swimming . . . dis- 
likes smoke-filled buses. . . "Line up, PLEASE!" . . . 
"Ellen you didn't give us enough time!"... "You'll 
ruin my image!" . . . found on the football field at half 
time, at Hale, gossiping with M.B.F., in the office . . . 
that smile and cute, flat nose . . . sincere . . . college and 
law school. 

Chorus 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 
2; Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain of Majorettes 4; Swim 
Team 1; Boys' Swim Team Scribe 3, Yearbook Co-Edi- 
tor 4. 



Peter Mullarkey 

105 Mill Street 

"Everyone is crazy, some to a greater or lesser degree, 
but the people in the worst shape are those who believe 
themselves sane." 

/Wa/ . . . found in the courtyard, under the nearest beer 
bottle . . . "That's reasonable. "... enlightened . . . love- 
ly epicurean English experiences . . . Dresden . . . skiing 
. . . bike riding . . . cars that break down . becoming a 
Gothic western . . . will always be going to Birtwistle's. 




Anne Mullins 

386 Oak Street 

"Could a greater miracle take place than for u^to look 
through each other's eyes for an instant " 

Anne . . . pet peeve is her name spelled without an 
"e" . . . favorite hobbies: reading, handcrafts, doodling, 
going on "digs" . . . likes cats and the guitar . . dislikes 
boring classes . . . "She said with a grin. "... NUH . . . 
found in the upstairs courtyard, or at the lightboard . . . 
talks to herself . . . microscopic handwriting . . . college. 

Sacred Cheese 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Harlequin 3, 4, French Club 4. 



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Diane Murphy 
298 Oak Street 

Jo matter how hard you search, you will always find 
lat you are in search of." 

jrph . . . pet peeves: "eye action and changing weath- 
" . . . likes Bowie, teasing J.H., playing floor hockey, 
mmers in Marshfield . . . dislikes boring weekends, 
L.H., getting beat on by C.K. and K.K. . . . "Only 
idingi" . . . "Oh wow!" . . . favorite people: "the 
ng", Carol, Kathy, and friends . . . found at G.E. with 
S. and in red Capri . . . small . . . blue eyes . . . always 
ighing . . . plans to go to college. 

mior Play; Pep Club 1, 2; Business Club 3, 4. 



Karen Murphy 

20 High Rock Street 
"Elegance is good taste plus a dash of daring." 

Karen . . . "Kar" . . . gymnastics, artwork . . . pet 
peeves: liars, working . . . likes high shoes, weekends . 
dislikes phonies . . . "We should" . . . "Oh, my hair!" 
. . . L.R. . . friends . . . found with Doug, at the drug 
store . . . flexible . . . nice clothes . . . pretty eyes . . . 
college. 

Chorus 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom 
Committee 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4. 



Robert Murphy 

39 Cobleigh Street 

"Knowledge is, indeed, that which next to virtue, truly 
and essentially raises one man above another." 

l\Aurf . . . BBB . . . pet peeves: Ralph T., being wacked in 
the stomach . . . photography . . . music . . . tennis . . . 
likes opening night, D.Q. . . . calculus, American His- 
tory .. . close meets, C.S.N.Y. . . . dislikes Saturday 
evening track meets, early morning practice . . . "I'm 
going crazy!" . . . "Have you got a pencil?" . . . Irv, H, 
Tex, Clem, Mai, L.C., Ernie D., Mac, Miss G. . . . found 
at Mai's, on the track . . . moody . . . college. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; District Chorus 4; Double Quartet 3, 4; 
Student Council 3, 4; Boys' State 3; Sacred Cheese 3, 4, 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff; Student-Faculty Forum President 4; Math Team 
1; Winter Track 1, 2,3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 1 , 2, 3, 4; Guys and Dolls 3; Kiss Me Kate 4. 




Dorothy Napoleone 

162 Stanford Drive 

"The truly independent person-in whom creative think- 
ing is at its best — is someone who can accept society 
without denying himself." 

Dorrie , . . pet peeves: driving, physics . . . hiking . . . 
sewing . . . camping . . . likes holidays, antiques . . . flan- 
nel shirts . . . long dresses . . . "You wouldn't believe!" 
. . . Karen, Anne, Cindy . . . Mac . . . found making cos- 
tumes, on a bike . . . Laura Ingalls Wilder . . . flea mar- 
ket . . . hospital work, her own shop. 

Band 1,2,3, 4; Concert Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 4, 
Librarian 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 



Glen Nelson 

112 Smith Drive 
"To know him is to appreciate his qualities." 

Stretch . . . pet peeves: freaks . . . scuba diving, skiing, 
sleeping . . , likes money, cruising . . . dislikes slow 
weekends. Deep Purple, work . . . "Mopar" . . . Hoach, 
Steve, Tim, Gary . . . lazy . . . found at the Pits . . . plans 
to continue education. 

Sacred Cheese 3; Harlequin 3. 4: Intercom 3. 



Michael J. O'Neil 
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Diane Nichols 

504 Pond Street 

"Wisdom is as vast and ageless as the sea — but love and 
beauty reach beyond its farthest shores." 

Diane . . . pet peeves: phonies, hard /el lo, frizzy hair 
. . . favorite activities: sailing, traveling, meeting people 
. . . likes full moons, beach walks, creating . . . dislikes 
writing papers at 4 A.M., typing speeds . . . "And you 
do, too!" . . . "I don't care." . . . "wicked" . . . "Neat- 
ness counts." . . . "OH, ya!" . . . favorite people are 
good friends . . . found hitting the weekend spots . . . 
Blossie . . . always laughing . . . college. 

Chorus 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
Harlequin 4; Madrigals 3; French Club 1 , 2; AFS Club 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Boys' Swim Team Timer 2, 3; Boys Track Scribe 
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Michael S. O'Neil 

836 Gay Street 

"Thou art a fellow of a good respect: Thy life hatfi had 
some smatch of honor in it." 

BIG "O" ■ . . hockey . . . football . . . baseball . . . draw 
ing . . . lacrosse . . . card playing . . . at Eddie's . . . dis 
likes taking a beating from Ribo and Pete everyday 
"OH, Yati!" . . . found at A.SA. Corp. in Islington . . 
nice looking, good natured . . . plans to become an ac 
countant. 

Lacrosse 3, 4; Football 1 , Senior Play. 



Michael O'Sullivan 

196 Conant Road 

"He loves all that's lovely, loves all that he can." 

Sull . . . hockey . . , track . . . 6's . . . likes winning relays 
in close track meets . . . Deep Purple . . . Chicago Black 
Hawks . . . pizza and beer on a Friday night . . . "Well" 
. . . pet peeves: the Bruins, getting up in the morning 
. . . "Bango" . . . M.D., J.R., JM., D.T. . . . found wear- 
ing a Black Hawk jersey . . . over Maureen's . . . plans to 
major in biology. 

Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1 , 2; Spring Track 1,2,3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Winter Track 1,2, 3; Soccer 3, 4; 
Cross Country 1 , 2. 



Kevin Pallis 

84 Salisbury Drive 
"The spirit of sportsmanship is a valuable asset." 

Kevvv . . . pet peeves: motorcycles that break down, 
SAT's, boring weekends . . . favorite activities: hockey, 
administering beatings, motorcycles . . . likes beating 
D.S. in muscle contests, partying, cruising . . . dislikes 
losing hockey games . . . ,"Yahhh" . . . "Nice.". . . favor- 
ite people: S.l\/I., D.S., J.R., P.C. K.H. . . . found in the 
weight room . . . dark skin all year round . . . solid . . . 
college bound. 
Hockev 1 , 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. 





Mark Pecararo 

37 Webster Street 

"Music is a language — and it may yet be music that will 
save the world." 

Mark . . . handsome, borwn-eyed blond . . . skating . . . 
likes music, motorcycles . . . Benner's laughing fits . . . 
getting twords twisted . . . favorite people P. J., N.D., 
R.C. . . . dislikes loud people and phonies . . . plans for 
college. 

Baseball 1 , 2; Football 1 ; Boys' Hockey 1 , 2. 



Victor Pandolfo 

581 Oak Street 

"Smile and the world will smile with you." 

Victor . . . playing drums in friends' band . . . dislikes 
cats, WHS. . . found with Chris and Neil . . . plans a 
career in data processing and computers. 

Football 1, 2. 

Robert Perlman 

77 Mill Street 

"Keep the uncommon one from being insignificant." 

Rob . . . Perl . . . Canoe . , . can't see when smiling . . . 
shy . . . likes dumping and dreaming, tail, mail and ale 
. . . dislikes physics, pushy girls, fakes. Creek tragedies 
. . . "Guess so." . . . "Eat a bag." . . . "Go easy." . . . 
favorite people: KB., CM., good looking swimmers and 
assorted others . . . can be found looking for himself in 
the back, in the corner, in the dark . . . plans to attend 
dental school. 

Chorus 1, 3; Student Council 3, 4; Senior Play; Cribbage 
Club 2, Football 1 ; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Student-Faculty Forum 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Swim Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4: Student Advisory 
Board, Chairman 3, 4; Regional Student Advisory Coun- 
cil, Chairman 2, 3, 4; State Student Advisory Council 3, 
4; Blue Ribbon Committee 3, 4. 



Lynn Petrozzi 
26 Parker Street 

"You give little when you give of your possessions, it is 
when you give of yourself that you truly give." 

Lynn . . . pet peeves: smiling in pictures, broccoli . . . 
enjoys parties, cruising around and going to Popponnes- 
set . . . likes sleeping late, sports, dislikes late people . . . 
"What a rush!" . . . "Bummer" . . . K.P., Mr. Snell, Mrs. 
Doorley and her class. . . found at the Triple A, in 
Norwood, with Murchkin and Anne in the Fairlane . . . a 
good friend . . . skinny . . . big brown eyes . . . plans to 
become a lab assistant. 

Band 3: Pep Club 1, 2; Sacred Cheese 2; Yearbook Staff 
4; Harlequin 3, 4; Boys' Swim Team Scribe 2, 3, 4; 
Boys' Track Team Scribe 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 1. 





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Denise Piazza 

890 Clapboardtree Street 

wanna be tree, like the bluebirds flying by me." 

^z . . . cute, friendly . . . always giggling . . . is intrigued 
th beaches, ski trips, and blond haired boys . . . found 
wn the Cape, cruising by B.K.'s house . . Daisy's . . . 
fy and Pam . . . Bill . . . "Johnston" . . . found in the 
I Caddy . . . skinny dipping . . . Nags . . . world travel 
i college. 

ncert Band 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Color 
lard 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4; 
ftball 2; Girls' Basketball 1 ; Prom Committee 4; Man- 
;r of Softball 1 . 



Christine Pinciaro 

1 1 Wagon Road 

"A sweet disposition speaks for itself." 

Tina . , . Pinchy . . . favorite activities: racing, work, par- 
ties, swimming . . . likes: Tony, pizza, surprises, being 
free . . . always smiling . . . well dressed . . . happy . . . 
dislikes flirty girls, people being late, diets, and snobby 
people . . . "Dynamite!" . . . "Sex Kitten" . . . found in 
GTO with Tony, at work, or with Lu . . . plans to be a 
registered nurse. 

Senior Play. 



David Porter 

45 High Street 

"Happiness is the Lord." 

Dave... pet peeves: people saying "I'm sorry."... 
favorite activities: playing the piano, reading, tutoring at 
the Jr. High . . . likes talking, sleeping, eating . . . dislikes 
arguing . . . "Give me a break." . . . "Hi, what's new?" 
. . . P.B., Swansons, Andrea G. . . . found at the West- 
wood Evangelical Free Church, at Swanson's, at the Jr. 
High . . . always laughing . . . college, seminary. Pastor- 
ate. 

Yearbook Staff 4. 




Anthony Prevett 

21 Westwood Terrace 




Michele Quinn 

131 Briar Lane 

"It's a friendly heart that has plenty of friends." 

Shelly . . . pet peeves: slow drivers, clam digging . . . 
favorite activity is taking naps in the afternoon . . . likes 
weekends, dances (the bump) . . . Bermuda . . . "I don't 
know."... "What?"... favorite people: Arnie, Fuzz 
. . . found causing trouble with Lynder, Judy, and Kar- 
ly . . . sincere, friendly . . . Musketeer . . . college. 

Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Senior Play; Field Hockey 3; Cheer- 
leader 1 , 2. 

James Reilly 
3 Strafford Place 
"To know him is to appreciate his qualities." 

Jim . . . broken right arm . . . tri-colored mustang . . . 
"You're a D.B." . . . likes sports, beating on Big O, 
cfiocolate chip ice cream . . . dislikes class rank of 81, 
Jocks like —, crooked politicians and snobs. . . "Let's 
give Big O a beating!" . . . found cruising or eating 
somewhere . . . plans to become an electrician. 

Senior Play; Football 1; Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4. 



Lisa Regan 

410 Dover Road 

"You need three things in the theater — the play, the 
actors, and the audience, and each must give some- 
thing." 

Lisa . . . Lise . . . likes acting, skiing, crafts, pizza, roast 
beef subs, the Ford . . . dislikes nagging . . . "You 
goon!"... "My stomach kills/"... favorite people: 
Joe, K.M., and friends . . . found at Roche Bros., any- 
where and everyv/here with Joe, at M. V. in the summer 
. . . big green eyes . . . plans to marry a doctor and 
become a teacher. 

Senior Play; Swim Team 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4. 




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Mark Reilly 

65 Sexton Avenue 

"eat when you're hungry, and drink when you'redryl" 

Rielo . . . Kung Fu . . . always eating . . . easy going . . . 
streaking at Cashmier Lounge . . . mayonnaise ... all 
night parties . . . Janice . . . Bish . . . Andy . . . aggra- 
vated by boring weekends and Mondays . . . "What are 
you, baked?" . . . college bound. 

Football 1; Track 2; Lacrosse 3, 4; Boys' Tennis 2; 
Boys' Swim Team 1, 2, 3. 4, Captain 3, 4 



Jennifer Renzi 

31 Sterling Road 

"A day for toil, an hour for sport, but for a friend is life 
too short." 

Jen . . . pet peeves: sprints, open kitchen cabinets, thick 
people . , . favorite people: L.J., B.B., C, D.. S., K. D., 
L.R. . . . favorite activities: t^sketball, tennis, and party- 
ing . . . dislikes walking to school, getting kicked out of 
the gym . . . likes championship teams, laughing, being 
with good friends. . . "Face" . . . "Don't Worry about 
it!" . . . found at IVIac's, on the courts, in the gym . . . 
Levi's . . . worn out shoes . . . big blue eyes . . . Spring- 
field College. 

Powoer Puff Football 3; Band 1 ; Softball 1 : Pep Club 1 , 
2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Field Hockey 1 , 2, 3, 4; Captain Field 
Hockey 3; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. 



Donna Richardson 

76 Washington Street 
"Born free, to live free." 

Donna . . . big brown eyes . . . pastrami . . . pet peeves: 
flat tires, male chauvinists . . . biking . . . likes Joan 
Baez, Bing, horses . . . Beth S. . . ■ dislikes cafeteria, 
mezzanine . . . found around horses, down spa, walking 
in woods . . . plans to bum around the countryside, join 
the Army. 
Girls' Basketball 2; Track 3, 4, Captain 3. 




James F. Riordan 

31 Spellman Road 

"Enjoy when you can; endure when you must." 

Jim . . . sneaking around . . . OD victims . . . hockey . . . 
girl watching . . . going away for weekends . . . dislikes 
Westwood . . . "Decent" . . . K.M., Hendy, and the gang 
. . . found at the Legion, working at the pro shop . . . 
friendly, sincere . . . college. 

Senior Play; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 
4. 




Suzanne Rieth 

677 Main Street, Walpole 

"if a man has no fear for the ocean, then he has no fear 
at all." 

Holly . . . dislikes crooked pictures . . . challenges . . . 
dirt . . . likes people . . . "I want to go home. "... usual- 
ly found with John . . . found anywhere but Westwood 
. . . red hair . . . plans to be. 



Nancy Robertson 

56 Mayfair Drive 

"A smile cost nothing but creates so much." 

Nan . . . pet peeves are cauliflower and pink cars . . . 
likes parties and ski-dooing . . . favorite people: D.C., 
C.M.. M.R.B. and G.C. . . . found everywhere . . . tall . . . 
blue eyes . . . college bound. 



Karia Rossetti 

76 Hawktree Drive 

"Wit is the salt of conversation " 

KarIa . . . pet peeves: people that stare, doctors, and 
thugs. .. favorite activities include skydiving, karate, 
and harassing people . . Southern Comfort . . . James 
Brown . . . Zappa . . . cats . . . dancing . . . "Take a nerve 
pill!" . . . "Hey Senior, do ya want a piece of candy?!" 
. . . favorite people include perverted Shamrock, Tiega, 
and Lucky Luciano . . . found in town with Sue and Sa 
or with the Three Musketeers causing trouble . . . good 
sense of humor . . . fingernails . . . bangles . . . those big 
brown eyes . . . Sagittarius . . . convent. 



Prom Committee 3; Softball 
1 ; Senior Play. 



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Diane Saari 

21 Draper Avenue 
appiness is not having what you vuant, but wanting 
lat you have." 

3ne . . . enjoys basketball, Softball, driving around, 
ying the guitar, partying, and listening to Elton John 
. dislikes rainy weekends, bumping into people, 
mework, sprints, writing essays . . . "Ah, right!" . . . 
/hat?" . . . "Let's get loaded!" ■ . . favorite people: 
ve, A.D., K.S., AC, J.E., Mr. Walsh . . . Aerosmith 
. pigeontoed . . . plans to go to college and become a 
reational specialist. 

ftbaii 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Football 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 
4: Field Hockey 4. 



Cynthia Sareault 

404 Oak Street 

"Natural to life is love and she is a person of nature " 

Cindy . . . pet peeves: meetings, doing papers on Sunday 
nights . . . favorite activities: camping. Girl Scouts, 
crafts, playing the guitar . . . likes chocolate ice cream, 
half day Wednesday, fruit, plants, rocking chairs . . . 
"I'm so mad!" . . . favorite people: Donie Celeste, 
Everyone! . . . found in the music room, at work . . . 
huge eyes . . . quiet . . . musical . . . college. 

Band 1. 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Glee 
Club 2; Senior Play; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; Madrigals 3, 4; Kiss Me Kate 4. 



Lynn Sarro 

20 Cobleigh Street 

"I slept and dreamed that life was beauty, I woke and 
found that life was duty " 

Lynn . . . pet peeves: people that don't remember your 
name, glasses . . . favorite activities: Drum Corps, travel- 
ing, driving, competitions . . . likes football games, piz- 
za, hot fudge sundaes, California . . . dislikes late Color 
Guard practices, homework, fake people . . . "I'll meet 
ya!" . . . "See ya later!" . . . found on the football field, 
in Norwood . . . chewing gum . . . giggling . . . college. 

Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Boys' Swim Team Timer 
3, 4; Color Guard 4; Girls' Track 3; Yearbook Staff 4. 




Gail Schneider 

60 Sterling Road 

"What IS life without a little fun?" 

Gail . . eating . . . sleeping . . . likes Yes!, Queen, 
Bowie, Datsun 260-z's . . . pet peeves: hamburger help- 
er, people who don't know how to drive, Helen Reddy 
... favorite people: M.K., Na, Dee, Teddy, Gail, 
Cheryl . . . found with Na, at GE. with Dee . . . work or 
college. 

Senior Play; Business Club 3, 4. 



Dana Schock 

129 Canton Street 

"Common sense is not so common." 

Dana . . . pet peeves: rude lawnmowers, losing Craut . . . 
occasional work . . . likes posing at the pool and wiping 
out K.P. in muscle contests . . . dislikes getting called to 
the board by Mr. Van de Workeen . . . favorite people: 
Fitz, Ribo, Craut, Pete . . . found with the men . . . 
short finger and bent glasses . . . college. 

Senior Play; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Lacrosse 3, 4; 
Swim Team 1, 2. 

Timothy Scholz 

55 Spellman Road 

"With virtues and quietness one may conquer the 
world." 

Schultzy . . . pet peeves: getting up for school, boring 
classes... motocrossing, partying, hockey on Friday 
nites . . . dislikes snobby people and fags . . . likes any 
one else... "Hey there ugly!"... favorite people: 
Hoofer, Ho Chi, Glenn . . . found in the Pits or cruising 
. . . cracking a few frosties . . . Ace . . . German Tobog- 
gan Team . . . plans to go to Florida, have good times. 

Senior Play; Lacross 3, 4; Physics Club 4. 



Peter Schock 

129 Canton Street 

"Except the American woman, nothing interests the eye 
of American man more than the automobile.'^ 

Pete . . . pet peeve is being asked, "Is he really your 
twin?" . . . favorite activity is working on cars . . . likes 
convertables . . . dislikes vandalism of cars, working in 
the rain . . . "We're out of here!" . . . favorite people: 
Dana, Pete, Ribo, Craut . . . found at BSS Colonial 
Texaco . . . wears green Texaco clothing . . . Catalina 
convertible . . . L.T.L.B. . . . college. 

Senior Play; Football 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sacred 
Cheese 1 , 2; Physics Club 4. 




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Alice Seward 

20 Loring Street 

"Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot 
keep It from themselves." 

Alice . . . dirty blonde hair . . . always smiling . . . choco- 
late chip ice cream . . . pet peeves: insincere people, 
peace signs . . . likes bubble gum, sunsets, little children, 
and mittens . . . "Yah, you're real funny!!!" . . . favorite 
people: CM., S.T., and Guit . . . found at the beach 
early in the morning . . . college bound for teaching. 

Chorus 1, 2: Senior Play; Pep Club 1, 2; Cheerleodmg 1, 
3, 4; Tennis 3; Prom Committee 3. 



George Shannon 

168 Hartford Street 

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, 
perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let 
him step to the music which he hears." 

George . . . pet peeves are Walpole junkyard, Alg. II, and 
C.S. . . . enjoys bouncing off trees in Buicks . . . likes 
different girls . . . dislikes being without a car . . . "Piti- 
ful" . . . "Burning" . . . favorite people are the right peo- 
ple . . . found wheeling around in Grandma's Buick, and 
around town . . . plans a career in electrical engineering. 

Sacred Cheese 3; Football 2: Physics Club 4; Swim 
Team 1 . 



Pamela Sherlock 

44 Gushing Drive 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes, and her laughter never 
dies." 

Pam . . . always laughing . . . pet peeves is people who 
can't take jokes . . . favorite people: Pinky, Ka-Ka, The 
Three Musketeers . . . favorite activities: Chinese fire 
drills, dialing 222, lagering at 3:00 a.m. . . . likes $$$, 
shocking people, embarrassing Mikey in Alg . . . dislikes 
finding dead animals in the cafeteria . . . "Huh??" . . . 
"Help me VernH" . . . found at 673, Santoro's at 10 
a.m. . . . college and travel. 

Chorus 2, 3; Senior Play: Gymnastics 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 
2, 3: Prom Committee. 




Paul Silverman 

60 Mill Street 

"Pure friendship is something which men of an inferior 
intellect can never taste." 

Paul . . . pet peeve is getting bagged for being a minute 
late for homeroom . . . photography . . . skiing . . . dis- 
likes status seekers . . . likes honest, down to earth peo- 
ple . . . "Que pasa!" . . . favorite people are everyone . . . 
found at A. V. desk in Media Center or in music room 
. . . blue eyes . . . tall . . . college, major in business and 
economics. 

Chorus 3, 4; Senior Play; Southeastern Mass. District 
Chorus 4; Sacred Cheese Ad Manager 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; Harlequin 3; Audio Visual Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; 
Manager of Swim Team 2; Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 
3; Tennis 1. 



Robert Shilo 

31 Saint Denis Drive 

"Think like a man of action and act like a man of 
thought." 

flob . . , pet peeve is Val's jokes . . . dislikes disorganized 
Fridays and Saturdays . . . "Ya, you're right!" . . . favor- 
ite people: Jeff, Scotty, Steve, Dave, Chump . . that 
laugh . . . college bound. 

Band 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; WHS Dance Band 
2, 3; Senior Play; Football 1; Yearbook Staff 4, Ski 
Club 4; Physics Club 4; Gymnastics Club 3; Boys' Swim 
Team 1, 2, 3. 4. 



Charles Smith 

140Strasser Avenue 

"Silence is the genius of fools and one of the virtues of 
the wise." 

Charlie . . . pet peeve is fakes . . . favorite activities: ski 
ing, playing the piano, crafts . . . likes ice cream, dogs, 
Marshfield, old movies . . . dislikes getting up early, sci- 
ence . . . favorite people are old movie actors . . . found 
in Friendly's . . . hard working . . . friendly . . . college. 



Senior Play, Track 1 , 2, 3, 4. 



Craig Smith 

21 Chester Avenue 

"I am what I wish to be when I wish to be it " 

Craig . . . pet peeve is curfews . . . enjoys playing foot- 
ball . . . hockey . . . fishing . . . likes having a good time 
. . . Steve , . . Sue . . . Mike . . . handsome, brown eyes, 
dimples . . . found at the down and under . . . Copper- 
fields . . plans to go into the service. 




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Gary N. Smith 

40 Aran Road 

Dme friendships are made by nature, some by con- 
:t, some by interest and some by souls." 

'y ■ . . pet peeves: cliques, snobs, most under class- 
n . . . favorite activities: basketball, lacrosse . . . likes 
3rs, traveling. Scuba diving . . . "Who cares?" . . . 
:ubbing Bubbles'" . . . favorite people: Cliff, Gene, 
!>, CW.S. . . . found cruising around on weekends, 
ying hoop . . . friendly . . . tall . . . college. 

:rosse 3, 4; Guys and Dolls 3; Kiss Me Kate 4; Senior 
y; Manager of Basketball 2, 3; Boys' Basketball 1. 



Gary W. Smith 

257 Burgess Avenue 

"Let each man follow his own course " 

Gary . . . enjoys scuba diving, skiing . . . likes 1968 
302Z28 Chevy's . . . frosties . . . "Get off my tail!" , , . 
Gary Smith . . . found in the Graphic Arts Room . . . W, 
as middle initial — the short one . . . plans to attend 
University of Lowell. 

Sacred Cheese 3, 4; Harlequin 3, 4. 



Kimberly Smith 

14 Church Street 

"A day for toil; an hour for sport, but for a friend life is 
too short " 

K,imbie . . . pet peeves: VW stealers, Monday mornings, 
dishonest people . . . favorite activities: swimming, 
cruising, skidooing, partying . . . dislikes snobby people, 
hard decisions . . . likes sunny days, friendly people . . . 
"Ya Big Baby!" . . . "NO!" . . . "Hello?" . . . favorite 
people Bob, A.C., J.F., J.V. . . . found down the street, 
around town, in the mezz . . . plans to work. 

Band 2: Chorus 1, 3; Glee Club 1; Sacred Cheese 4; 
Drama Club 1 ; Yearbook Staff 4. 




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Ann Sola 

48 Glen Road 

"A true friend is the best possession." 

Ann . . . enjoys hunting, fishing, karate, playing the gui- 
tar, art, and parties . . . pet peeves: Roman noses, back- 
ing into things, insincere people . . . Maine, Falmouth 
. . . good food . . . flat tires on Sandy Valley Road . . . 
"Don't cry, you'll get over it." . . . "Oh, really!!" . . . 
"You kill me!"... likes Al Capone, DC, J.B., and 
friends . . . found here, there, and everywhere . . . soft 
dark eyes . . . plans to travel and have a career in fashion 
design. 

Chorus 1; Senior Play; Drill Team 1, 2; Business Club 4. 

John Spidi 

6 Winter Terrace 

"Nothing great will ever be achieved without great men, 
and men are great only if determined to be so." 

Jack . . . Speed ... Bo .. . dislikes caution signs and 
Ralph Burgers . . . Chevelles . . . "Take the rap!" ... "/ 
love that!" . . . enjoys hockey, football, driving . . . fly- 
ing, lacrosse . . . muscle car . . . "Di" . . . found cruising 
. . . college, law. 

Senior Play; Lacrosse 3; Tennis 2; Hockey 1. 



Dean Steeger 

30 Spring Lane 

"To be awake is to be alive " 

Dino . . . pet peeve is wise freshmen . . . favorite activi- 
ties: hockey, and Kung-Fu . . . likes Michelle . . . "You 
know it!" . . . "Cruising around. "... favorite people: 
Michelle, Ed, Linda, Diane, Mark, Mooch, Fred and 
Dave . . . found at the Legion . . . 6'4", 240 lbs., out of 
the University of Texas . . . blond hair . . . college 
bound. 

Boys' Swim Team 2, 3. 



Christopher Stabile 

45 Clapboardtree Street 




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Brian Sullivan 

1 10 Fearing Drive 

"Some say the quiet have more fun." 

Brian . . . Sully . . . Domot . . . easy going, friendly . . . 
"What's going on tonight?" . . . "Shag it!" . . . favorite 
activities: skiing, hunting . . . dislikes hole shots down 
the Pitts, warm brew, filling out accident reports, tele- 
phone support wires, and IVIonday mornings . . . likes 
good music, partying . . . found working at Lambert's 
. .,. studious . . . college bound. 

Football 1, Senior Play; Swim Team 1 



Dave Sullivan 



Frederick Sullivan 

129 Blueberry Lane 
"Live life with gusto!" 

Fred . . . likes late nights . . . favorite people: Jessy, Ed, 
and the gang . . . dislikes shaving and getting up early 
every morning . . . pet peeves: skid marks. Pit rats, and 
getting "stoned" by R.W. . . . found playing hockey and 
skipping . . . "It's history!" . . . "Where's the party to- 
night?" . . . the scar . . . remembers Livingston well!!! 
. . . college. 

Transfer from Livingston, New Jersey, Soccer 3, 4; 
Hockey 3, 4. 




Judith Swangren 

90 Country Lane 

"A friend like this is long sought, and hardly found " 

Judy . Hudda . . . pet peeve is 191 's . . . enjoys water 
skiing in little Bay, swimming . . . likes having a good 
time . . . dislikes sitting around doing nothing . . 
"Nice" . . . "How's It going?" . . . favorite people are all 
her friends . . . found in Bradlees, in the Comet, at the 
Cape . . . blonde hair . . . plans for college. 

Girls' Swim Team 2. 



Laurel Suman 

135 Thatcher Street 

"No one's enough for too little." 

Lo . . . pet peeves: light bulbs, rosy-cheeked manne- 
quins .. . favorite activities: creativity, sports, jiving 
with the right one. . . "Gotta Grit!" . . "I\lice one!" 
. . . "No, thanks!" . . . "Prrrrrr" . . favorite people are 
those with endless minds . . . found behind needles ... a 
Scorpian . . . nothing stops her. . knows but never 
tells . . . "Isolation is the strangest time." . . plans a 
place for difference. 



Donald Swann 
150 Arcadia Road 

"Oh moma, could this really be Ihe end' to be stuck 
inside of Mobile with the Memphis blues again." 

Don. . . Europe . . . "Shut-up" . . likes honey and 
cross country . . . favorite people: foreigners, S.M. . . . 
found on the track or "out" . . . Bowdoin College. 

Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sacred 
Cheese 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3; Student Faculty Forum 
1, 2, 3; A.F S. Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3; Winter Track 
1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3; Cross Country 1, 2, 3. 4, 
CoCaptam 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3. 4, CoCaptain 3. 



Lana Swanson 

315 Oak Street 

"Nothing can bring you peace but yourself." 

Lana . . . likes sleeping, getting away . . . her favorite 
people are Dick, Caryl, Janet . . . dislikes having no 
money, snobs, being rushed, math, tomatoes . . moods 
. . . quiet . . . nice hair . . . working at Friendly 's . . . 
hates the cold weather . . . en;oys dancing, boating, tra- 
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Gail Systrom 

63 Fensview Drive 

.ove is a song whose lyrics are endless." 

j// . . . pet peeve is late, pushy people . . . enjoys eat- 
7, drinking, and sleeping . . . likes imitating M.H., Vet- 
s . . . dislikes getting up early for school . . . "Ya, 
*u're right!" . . . likes Gregg . . . found with Gregg 
iving around . . . plans to work. 

ris' Swinn Team 1, 2, 3. 



Sharon Taylor 

55 Hawktree Drive 

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, 
perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer " 

Sharon . . . long brown hair . . . likes Mexican food . . . 
pet peeves: people who follow the crowd . . . likes rein- 
deer, John Denver, trees . . . dislikes getting up early, 
term papers. . . favorite people: A.S., C.W., P.S. . . . 
found at Friendly's, on her bike. . . plans to see the 
world! 

Girls' Track 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 
3. 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play. 



Susanne Thjbault 

5 Wmslow Road 

"Until you know that life is interesting — and you find 
it so — you haven't found your soul." 

Sue . . . likes IVIarx Bros. , beautiful scenery, John Den- 
ver . . . wasting time . . . found in the Media Center, 
swimming, camping, or skiing . . . "But anyway ..."... 
dislikes math, complaints, cigarette smoke, and waiting 
. . . favorite people include Jack, Cathy, David, and 
Pat . . . lust slightly scatterbrained but smiles through it 
all . . . plans for college. 

Senior Play; AFS Club 1, 2; Sacred Cheese 2, 3, 4 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Yearbook Staff 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 3, 4 
French Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. 





Margaret Thompson 

134 Pond Street 

"If we're treading on thin ice then we might as well 
dance." 

Meg . . . likes playing with clay, tea time . . . found in 
Jounieh, Lebanon . . . dislikes inertia . . . "Let's not say 
aurevoir, let's just say hors d'ovevre." . . . Boston Col- 
lege. 

Glee Club 1; American Field Service Exchange Student 
3: Softball 2; Ski Team 1. 2: Field Hockey 1; French 
Club 4: Swim Team 2; AFS Club 4. 



Michael Thornton 

165 Fensview Drive 

"A contented man is one who enjoys the scenery along 
the detours." 

Mike . . . Thunder . . . pet peeves are tests and having to 
memorize . . . enjoys hiking, camping, swimming, and 
fixing bikes... favorite people are the construction 
workers, boy scouts and members of DeMolay . . . 
found digging ditches ... a quiet but not studious fri- 
end . . . plans to continue his education in the field of 
pure sciences. 

Lacrosse Club 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Tennis 1; Conservation 
Club 3. 



Eugene Tradd 

495 Everett Street 



"Most people would succeed in small things if they were 
not troubled by great ambitions." 

Gene . . . pet peeve is freshmen . . . hobbies include bas- 
ketball, camping, canoeing, coin collecting, astronomy 
. . . likes stargazing late at night . . . dislikes getting up 
on Saturday morning . . . favorite people: Elton John, 
G-S., B.H., CM. . . . found in M.C., at Ga's . . . business 
school. Air Force. 



Senior Play; Lacrosse Club 3, 4; 
Astronomy Club 4; Basketball 1. 

David Towne 

35 Wentworth Street 

"I make best of all that comes." 

Towney . . . likes hockey, bikes . . . favorite activities: 
breaking goalie sticks, kissing windshields . . . "Decent" 
. . . likes cruising . . . ugly T-shirts . . . pet peeves: cows, 
crutches, cold noses . . . dislikes Rod . . . favorite peo- 
ple: Mooch, Chris, meddlers, rabbits . . . found with 
C.H. . . . college. 

Hockey 1, 3, 4. 



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Daniel Trainor 

21 Sycamore Drive 
Transfer Student 1975 



Carol Vaas 

175 Colburn Street 

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, 
perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer." 

Carol... Vaasly . . . pet peeves: messy notebooks, 
writing with pens . . . gymnastics . . likes worms, choc- 
olate chip ice crearh with Jimmies . . . dislikes ants . . . 
"Come again?" . . . "Oh! Sugar." . . . "Hold your pants 
on."... "But I can't put my knees together!" .. . 
found babysitting, on the bars, on the track, on the field 
at half time, in the neighborhood . . . bowlegged . . . 
college. 

Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Pep Club 1, 2: 
Track 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 
4. Gymnastic Team 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Majorettes 
1, 2, 3,4. 



David Vogel 

28 Glen Road 

"Life is a great bundle of little things; time wasted is 
existence; used is life." 

Dave . . . favorite activities: football . . . lagers . . . ski- 
ing . . . "Cot a cigarette?" . . . girls . . . favorite people 
are kids who ski . . . found in the lower lobby . . . 
5'8" . . . army Jacket . . . good disposition. 

Football 1, 2; Ski Team 1, 2. 3; Yearbook Staff 4. 




Diane Wade 

163 Conant Road 

"Life IS a foreign language; all men mispronounce it." 

Di . . . hates being late,, standing in line, and falling 
upstairs . . . likes swimming, dancing, crewel embroid- 
ery, listening to rock music . . . people . . . laughing . . . 
dislikes gym, loudmouths, snobs . . . "Take care!" . . . 
"That's unreal!!!" . . . found running around the lan- 
guage department . . . quiet, yet friendly . . . green-eyed 
blonde . college . . . language teacher. 

Chorus 4; Senior Play; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Sacred Cheese 
3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
French Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Janice Voltz 

7 Draper Lane 

"What is life without a little fun?" 

Jan . . . dislikes snobs and empty gas tanks . . . likes 
playing the piano, driving around . . . VWs . Burnie 
. . . "Look at that one." . . "Not bad!" . . favorite 
people include J.F., D.S., A.C., A.D., O.K. and Mr 
Walsh . . . Fernandes . . . the Lane . . . Dedham ... al- 
ways dressed in Jeans . . . a future of work and fun. 



David Walsh 
89 Carroll Avenue 
"It matters not how long you live, but how well." 

Dave . . . pet peeve is being shut down . . . favorite activ- 
ities: motorcycles and skiing . . . likes cashiers and 
French girls . . . dislikes running out of gas, 7-6 . . . "The 
point IS . . . Mark, Edward, and EEEGS . . . found at 
Roche Bros., and cruising . . . would like to own a 
Corvette . . . college bound, plans to major in business. 

Football 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Ski Team 1, 2; Senior Play; Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 
4 

Janet Ward 

29 Fairview Street 

"Whatever she dares to dream, she dares to do." 

Janet . . . favorite activity is Chinese fire drills at Art's 
. . . pet peeves: people that steal her blue sweater. Miss 
K., Mrs. W. . . . likes cruising, Mac's, spending money, 
payday . . . dislikes gym. Zero's, coming through win- 
dows, peas . . . "Charge!" . . . "Decent!" . . . "You're an 
animal!" . . . "Come on!" . "Beep and see if she 
Jumps!" . . . favorite people are Marc, Vern, The Three 
Musketeers, Pam S. . . . found M.M.I. Duster DO., at 
Santoro's . . . platforms . . . fast talker . . . flapping at 
Ashmont's with Lynda and Judy . . . plans to become a 
keypunch operator. 

Chorus 1. 2; Swim Team 3, 4, Future Homemakers 1, 2, 
3. 




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Stephanie Ward 

58 Tamarack Road 

n Child, there are so many tomorrows to look for- 
d to . . ." 

j/) . . . pet peeves: being the youngest, studying . . . 
}rite activities: drawing, singing harmony on the gui- 
. . likes snowstorms, fuzzy teddy bears, animals, 
lay nights . . . "It's all your fault!" . . . "I don't 
IV.'". . . favorite people: Sue, Celeste, Lone Strange 
^ Mr. C. . . . Tweety . . . found running in circles, 
) Sue ... tall ... a twin?! ... C.E.I.C. . . . college, 
'rinary school, a zoo! 

irus 4; Senior Play; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sacred 
ese 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 
3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Harlequin 2, 3, 4; French 
b3. 




Laura Watson 

28 Ridgewood Road 

"I make best of all that comes." 

Lau . . . blonde, blue eyes . . . pet peeve is being home 
on Saturday nights . . . enjoys partying, harassing, Pitts 
and Carolyn . . . likes "Stevie", "Color My World", par- 
ties . . . dislikes Analysis. . . "No way, no way.". . . 
"Hey Ugly!" . . . found in Islington, in the green 'stang, 
in B. Bay . . . Lynn, Carolyn, Craut, Kath S. . . . Pete, 
"Ribo", "the man" . . . Good-bye Peyton Place from 
Pitts and Wart . . . college. 

S-r,\n' Pl^v; Softball 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sacred 
Cf.ecse 4; Drama Club 3, 4, Harlequin 1, 2; Ski Club 3; 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Health 
Careers Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Basketball 2. 

Bradley Watts 
1 75 Conant Road 
"This will to accomplish, the mind to understand." 

Brad . . . pet peeve is C.J.C. . . . favorite activity is pes- 
tering others . . . likes pet monkeys, chocolate marsh- 
mallow ice cream cones. . . "Shut up, you stiff!" . . . 
"Take it easy. "... found on the track, at Mai's . . . 
Wormy! . . . college. 

Senior Play; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4; 
Winter Track 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Sacred Cheese 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Kiss Me Kate 
4; Football 1; Math Team 1, 2, 4. 



Lynda Watson 

129 Dover Road 

"Good things come in small packages." 

Lynda . . . likes Mick dagger. Painter's pants, parties . . . 
D.p. . . . good weekends with Judy, Shelly, and Fuzz 
. . . dislikes pits and pinches . . . teasing . . . Muskateer 
. . . friends and skeeter . . . small . . . winking . . . col- 
lege. 

Softball 2, 3; Cheerleader 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Field Hockey 2: Business Club 4. 



Christine Wayne 

91 Edgewood Road 

"The world is full of people whose notion of a satisfac- 
tory future is, in fact, a return to the idealized past." 

Chris . . . dislikes early school buses . . . enjoys swim- 
ming, tennis, snorkeling, raising cats . . . likes pistachios, 
sleeping late. . . "Oh, gross!" . . . J.K., Laurie, Rhoda 
. . . found hanging around McDonald's . . . with June 
... in the pool . . . quite . . . daydreaming . . . bleached 
hair . . . college. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Library Club 1, Year- 
book Staff 4; Spanish Club 3 

Jeffrey Whiting 

30 Westland Avenue 

"Everyone is in some form seeking happiness." 

Jeff . . . pet peeves: flat tires, rainy nights, Sundays . . . 
favorite hobbies: skiing, sailing . . . likes parties, cars, 
girls, and Vodka Collins. . . "We're out of here!" . . . 
favorite people: D. Walsh, J. Riordan, B. Mucciaroni, f . 
Germano, R. Ferzoco . . . found in the smoking area . . . 
is short and wears a FuManchu . . . plans to travel and 
attend college. 

Hockey 1, 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Senior Play. 




David Whalen 

142 Stanford Drive 

"Will, energy, and sleepless vigilance go forward and give 
us victories." 

Dave-O . . . pet peeves: filling out questionnaires, prac- 
tices, Dayvid, girls that giggle . . . favorite activity is 
hoop . . . likes walking . . . dislikes shaving, Tuce, and 
Rec. dances... "You jerk!"... "What time in this 
block over?" . . . "I admit it, you're absolutely right." 
. . . favorite people: Harpo, Groucho, and Albie . . . 
found at the track and at Pat's games . . . seen fre- 
quently with a lollipop in his mouth . . . plans to make a 
million. 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Cribbage Club 3: 
Student Council 1, 2, 3. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3: Yearbook 
Staff 4, Student-Faculty Forum 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Co-Captain 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 




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Julia Whitty 

26 Magaletta Drive 

"The dark side's a blessing when you have done all you 
can. I can't change the past now, but we can dream of a 
sweeter land." 

Drama Club 1; National Honor Society 3, 4. 




Carolyn Will 

175 Phillips Brooks Road 

"You must begin by knowing that you have already 
arrived." 

Carolyn . . Kay . . . loves food . . . dislikes unfriendly 
people . . . favorite activities are anything outdoors, sail- 
ing . . . skiing . . . pet peeve is being asked, "How tall are 
you?" . . . frizzy flair . . . found in B. Bay . . . Windy . . . 
"Oh, C'mon!" . . . college bound. 

Band 2, 3; Chorus 2; Senior Play; Ski Club 3, 4; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Health Careers Club 1.4; French Club 1, 
2, 3, 4. 

Kathryn Yavarow 

814 A Gay Street 

"Good humor and generosity carry the day with the 
popular heart all over the world." 

Yaviv . . . having parties . . . on the phone . . . "WEO!" 
. , . football shoulders . . . Rifk . . . tennis courts?!?' 
. . . found on Rte. 89 with "Mikie" . . . pet peeves: 

crutches, B's friendly advice . . . 2nd Avenue?!?.' . . . 

found at Maru's locker... "Beginnings"... favorite 

people: sister Liz, Pops, /?. & Ft., V. & M. . . . college. 

Class Treasurer 2, 3; Senior Play; Freshman Cheering 
Advisor 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sacred Cheese 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International 
Thespian Society 3, 4; Basketball 1; Prom Committee 
Chairman 3: French Club 1, 2; Powder Puff Football 2, 
3; Bye Bye Birdie 2; Guys and Dolls 3: Kiss Me Kate 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4. 



Paul Wilson 

173 IVIayfair Drive 

"Which came first, the chicken or the egg?" 

Lomus . . . good natured . . . dislikes bald tires, running 
out of gas. Pit Rats and shaving . . . found at the gas 
station, Pit parties or Dedham Plaza ... "/ think we're 
out of gas. "... Deering Lake. N.H . . . hole shots . . . 
favorite people: Shiitz, Mich, Amy, Kimby, Whimp, 
Walsh, Rita, Chump, Scotty, Peca, and Bunt squad 
members . . . driving . . . racing GTO'S . . . plans to at- 
tend college and become an actuary. 



Randall Wong 
200 Carroll Avenue 
"Life is as long and as full as you make itl" 

Randy . . . pet peeve is teachers who work in the library 
. . . enjoys lacrosse and laughing . . . likes A.F.S. stu- 
dents, second year teachers, roast beef sandwiches, and 
f-feinekens . . . dislikes wise underclassmen and first year 
teachers. . . "Oh yea?" . . . "Sure!" . . . "We're out of 
here!" ... "/ dunnol" . . . favorite people: kids at camp. 
Coach Walter A., seniors, and juniors . . . found study- 
ing I?) . . . T-shirts and jeans. 

Senior Play; Football 1 ; Sacred Cheese 3, 4; Drama Club 
3, 4; Lacrosse Co-Captain 3, 4; Conservation Club 3; 
Harlequin 4. 



Larry Zorio 

518 Oak Street 

"Laugh while you can; Everything has its time." 

Larry . . . pet peeve is RED . . . likes partying. Deep 
Purple, basketball, screwdrivers . . . dislikes being 
grounded, curfews. . . "Can you give me a ride?" . . . 
"Hey Stiff!" . . . favorite people: T.C., IVIr. V. . . . found 
at Theresa G's, Wiggins . . . tall . . . amazingly funny . . . 
enjoys hoop . . . Northeastern. 

Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4. 




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Montes Vidi 



/ felt no hunger 

Until the red dawn insisted upon my eyelids. 

Penetrating the pre-aurorian mists. 

And I awakened on the shoulder of a personal idol. 

Remnant of a fortress now just dust. 

Feeling day, warm and pliant, conform to my toes 

On the highest vantage in the valley. 

The foothills wavered gently and fuzzy in the fog 

And, squinting in the dim translucence, 

I saw only the polarized shadows of screaming eagles 

That sometimes brushed the empty air above me. 

And never saw the damp fernfronds 

And forests below me 

Nor the mushrooms and lichens beneath them. 



Then, as the rising disc of light 
Sharpened outlines into focused pain, 
Con-i-fer-ous cli-max com-mun-i-ties 
Grew up scratching. 

Steaming ferns unfurled, laden with spores. 
Mosses merged, and marched upon my refuge 
And worms hallowed the inside; creeping. 
The hours leveled it; gradually, minutelly. 

Until, angry, I stood on the forest floor. 

Ankle-deep and barefoot in pine needles. 

Slapping mosquitoes. 

Through the crossbatch of hemlock 

I saw the hillsides; 

I climbed 

Alone with others through brittle branches and brambles. 

And encountered only stark crags of grey 

That cast giant shadows over the headlands. 



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Reflections in a ciiildhood mirror 
small and quick and vital in a seeking sense 
the smells and sounds and sights still linger 
familiar in a place so lately parted from, 
short snatch of green. 

It's time to jump and grasp the 

dancing air-filled symbol of a thousand vagaries. 

Conceal not now the beauty of this imagined flight 

glittering golden, winged in the eyelike blink flicker sun, 

but treasure it rolling in a breeze relived, 

remembered. 



Vast emptiness, the urge to make it folly filled 
a change of clothes, inventive olive captivated 
cocktail office blues, and hired help. Sweat broken beads 
and discontent. 

Night crossing a bridge the breadth of a moment past 
approach the premonition of hideous loveless life. 
Darkness, a false opaque and drapelike cover, to hide it all 
and play the game with our eyes while long ago our 
hearts discerned the truth and throbbed a little less. 
The hollowness that rose and fell and whispered words of 
resignation. And blindness grew throughout the body. 

We wait, in hope of miracles, for a cure, for a laying of 

hands upon ourselves and an opening of close closed hearts. 

Light cleansed, allow the entrance of some little joy. 

For there is hope in long soaring shadows cast beneath a shimmering sun 

and measured with a self recognition of delight, 

small pearls of satisfaction, pleasure in a life unique. 

—Deborah Marvel 




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Clockwise from top left: 

Most Likely to Succeed 

Rob Murphy - Jane Atkins 




Class Flirts 

John Birtwhistle - Lindsay Henderson 



Best Dressed 

Carolyn Will - Joseph Laham 



Most Intellectual 

Tom Mclntyre - Margaret Geary - David Clement 



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Most Successful Bluffers 

Edward Germano — Thecia Cecca — Kevin Harrison 



Done Most for Class 

Kathy Yavarow — John Atchue 



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Most Dependable 

John Atchue - Nancy Masison 




Most Athletic 
Jen Renzi - Dave Whalen 



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Class 



Four years ago we came to Westwood 
High School as a new freshman class, the 
lowest of the underclassmen. Starting with 
September orientation day, we began the 
slow and difficult transition from junior 
high to high school. We were bombarded 
with school maps, confusing computer 
schedule print-outs, and an occasional 
"wrong direction" from some sarcastic up- 
perclassman. Our first year took place 
amidst the confusion of school construc- 
tion, eating lunch in home rooms, and try- 
ing to go up the up-staircase,and not up the 
down-staircase. Our officers: President 
Donald Fitzpatrick, Vice-President Kathy 
Berkland, Secretary Linda Clancy, and Trea- 
surer John Atchue, worked enthusiastically 
on a Bruin's raffle that brought money to 
our non-existing treasury. On the sports 
scene, the Track Team became Dual County 
Champs, the Basketball Team earned the 
Dual County Championship. Silent studies 
were a common feature of our days as fresh- 
men, and we looked forward to a new liber- 
ation with the school's new addition and 
our sophomore status. 

As we advanced to sophomore status, we 
were welcomed by a 5.4 million dollar addi- 
tion and another year of confusion in the 
maze of new corridors, and "no-pass areas," 
and a "smoking" courtyard. Also our sopho- 
more year celebrated a year of "firsts" for 
WHS. The first school musicale "Bye-Bye 
Birdie" was presented; the school newspaper 
The Sacred Cheese made its appearance; the 
Student Council store was started, and the 
One-Act Plays were introduced, all adding 
to a special year at WHS. The Drama De- 
partment provided the school with enter- 
tainment with its "Fantasy Day" and "Fif- 
ties Day". Do you recall seeing your class- 
mates wearing bobby-socks and saddle 
shoes, invading the Little Theater for the 
twist contest? Our class officers were: Presi- 
dent John Atchue, Vice-President Stephanie 
Andrews, Secretary Laurie Gaynor, and 
Treasurer Kathy Yavarow. With our feet 
more solidly on the ground, we were able to 
have two class trips - one to the Boston 
Celtics and one to the Braves. Our treasury 
began to expand with numerous bake sales. 
At the end of our sophomore year, we were 
more content, eager to become juniors, as 
college pressures remamed distant. 

JUNIORS! We finally had made it to 
upperclassmen, and we felt self-assured and 
confident. Our junior year boomed with ac- 
tivities and chaos. As juniors, we were half 
in the doors of WHS and half out, as prepa- 
rations for college began with Saturday 
mornings and the alphabet of college testing 
- PSAT'S, NMSQT'S, SAT'S, and ACT'S. 
We began to discover and enjoy our junior 
status as we all obtained our drivers' licenses 
and borrowed dad's car for school. Our class 
was also special to have Haris Stylaniou as a 
junior AFS'er from Cyprus. Our class offi- 
cers: President John Atchue, Vice-President 
Stephanie Andrews, Secretary Laurie Gay- 
nor, and Treasurer Kathy Yavarow, pro- 
vided the class with many and varied activi- 
ties. The Semi- Formal Dinner, The Pops 
Concert (Might, and Junior-Skip Day with a 
little outside help from Debbie. (It seems 
senioritis began in our class as juniors, ju- 
nioritis!!!) The Prom was at the Chateau-de- 
Ville in Randolph, and although there were 
rumors of reservation hassles spread around 
the school, everyone was able to attend. 



History 



because of all our efforts. Even though the 
band couldn't play the theme, "Stairway-to- 
Heaven", everyone had a good time. In 
sports it was also a great year: The Football 
Team placed second in the Tri-Valley 
League, The Track Team made Tri-Valley 
Champs, the Basketball Team qualified for 
the Tech and placed third in the league. The 
girls Basketball Team took the Tri-Valley 
League Trophy and also qualified for the 
States; the girls' Swim Team placed first at 
the Southern Mass. Divisional Meet. 

SENIORS!! Early September rumors of, 
"we're almost outa here!" seemed to an- 
nounce the Class of '75's early case of se- 
nioritis, and we began our final year at WHS 
with enthusiasm and many weekend parties. 
Our status was totally achieved — now we 
were upperclassmen. We crowded the park- 
ing lots with our "own" cars, and we even 
enjoyed the aspect of "OPEN" campus. 
Crutches were an extra-common sight as each 
day someone else joined the elite group. 
College preparations hit us hard with more 
SAT'S, college applications, and deadlines 
to meet. Our class was again awarded the 
privilege of hosting another AFS'er, this 
year, Hans Ludvist from Sweden. The Senior 
Officers were President Andy Boyle, Vice- 
President Stephanie Andrews, Secretary 
Laurie Gaynor, and Treasurer Pat Tosi. Se- 
nior activities began early with the Hallo- 
ween Dance. Next came the Wheelchair Bas- 
ketball game, where Mr. Gearon couldn't 
stay in his chair. At the Senior- Ice Hockey 
Game the girls won 2-1 and the boys won 
3-1, and one saw whip cream fights and 
sawed-off brooms. The Senior Class Banquet 
was "Bungle-in-the-Jungle" and with roast 
beef, pineapple centerpieces, and, "live" en- 
tertainment it proved to be quite an "unfor- 
gettable and impressionable" night. Steph- 
anie helped to meet the financial situation 
well with her donut-program, and Pat got 
most of the class to pay their dues. The 
Prom, "Time-in-a-Bottle" was held at the 
Sydney Hill Club, with Carol Mather, our 
queen reigning over all the festivities. De- 
spite the rain, Senior-Skip-Day at South 
Cape Beach was a success. As college accep- 
tances came in, preparations were made for 
our Senior-Class Play "ONCE UPON A 
MATTRESS". Our class made its impact on 
the school with the numerous and varied 
pranks. Do you remember faintly hearing an 
alarm clock in the corridor, or sitting in the 
cafeteria watching a ten-pound bag of flour 
go crashing to the floor, or seeing a horse in 
the courtyard, or walking into the cafeteria 
on April 1st and seeing no chairs?! In sports, 
the Basketball Team were Semi-Finalists in 
the Tech Tourney, and they placed 4th in 
the League. The Track Team was the Mass. 
Suburban Indoor Track League Champs. 
The girls Basketball Team made Tri-Valley 
League Champs, and the girls Swim Team 
qualified for Mass. State Swimming Trials, 
The Boys Spring Track Team took the Tri- 
Valley League Championship and were the 
Tri-Valley League Conference Meet Cham- 
pions. 

Now that our years at WHS are over, we 
can reflect on the past with its memories 
and experiences and look forward to the 
future with its commitments and challenges. 
The future is ours — it will be what we make 
it. 

— Laurie Gaynor 




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1 L. Watson 

2 D. Wade 

3 C. Vaas 

4 G. Tradd 

5 P. Tosi 

6 L. Swanson 

7 C.Smith 

8 P. Sherlock 

9 A. Seward 

10 P. & D. Schock 

1 1 L. Sarro 

12 D. Sarri 

13 K. Rossetti 

14 N. Robertson 

15 J. Renzi 

16 L. Regan 

17 M. Quinn 

18 T. Pinciaro 

19 D. Piazza 

20 R. Perlman 

21 iVl. O'Sullivan 

22 D. Nichols 

23 K. Murphy 

24 B. Mucciarone 

25 L. McKenna 

26 L. McKeon 

27 T. Mclntyre 

28 S. McCafferty 

29 C. Mather 

30 N. Masison 

31 P. Manchester 

32 T. MacLellan 

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1 K. McLeod 

2 T. Abbate 

3 J. Anderson 

4 S. Andrews 

5 C. Anderson 

6 J. Atkins 

7 L. Bachofner 

8 D. Band 

9 S. Beatty 

10 C. Beaton 

11 K. Berkland 

12 R. & M. Bolster 

13 E. Bonner 

14 A. Burdan 

15 L. Busalacchi 

16 L. Butler 

17 S. Capone 

18 M. Capuzzo 

19 A. &S. Carro 

20 M. Cavanaugh 

21 L. Clancy 

22 L. Colpitts 

23 L. Connors 

24 D. Corlito 

25 P. Crowley 

26 L. Lazzaro 

27 W. Lundberg 

28 H. Lundkuist 

29 B. Lynch 

30 C. Will 

31 R. Wong 

32 L. Watson 

33 B. Watts 

34 S. Ward 



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JUNIORS 



Class Officers 

David Quinn — Treasurer 

Bill Geary — President 

David Rice — Vice-President 

(Missing from photo:) Rose Conway — Secretary 




Homeroom 32 
First row, left to right: G. Boari, C. Andrews, D. 
Bishop. Second row: M. Band, K. Bazarian, D. 
Brawley, K. Arakelian, R. Aldus, A. Ayoub. Third 
row: J. Bryant, J. Ahiglan, T. Bulman, D. Boger, J. 
Bimshas, R. Brady. 

Homeroom 35 
First row, left to right: J. Prevett, K. Sheehan, J. 
Griffin, J. Lane, B. Smith, A. Lambert, P. Condrin. 
Second row: D. Goddard, S. Corkery, R. Howe, J. 
Watson, P. Fountas, B. Wallace, J. Brown, R. Ciriel- 
lo, R. Conway. Third row: P. Cappello, R. Carroll, 
G. Murphy, D. Carlson, B. Burhoe, F. Cogswell, S. 
Burke, K. Carter, K. Crocker. 



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Homeroom 1 10 
First row, left to right: V. DeAngelis, D. Doyle, I. 
Flynn, L. Fafara, H. Eriandson. Standing, rear: M. 
Ford, P. Fountas, J. Deacon, P. Ferzoco, F. 
Flaman, J. Fabiano, S. Edson, J. Finn, C. Flynn, 
M. DiPietro, B. Clay. 

Homeroom 112 
Kneeling, left to right: M. Fox, M. Griffin, B. 
Griffiths, J. Gomes, J. GresI, P. Fountas. Second 
row: B. Mitchell, J. Griffin, C. Geary, C. Gerlach, 
R. Haley, D. Greenwood. Third row: B. Geary, M. 
Gilroy, T. Hanlon, M. Gelotte; D. Goodard, B. 
Casey. 



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Homeroom 113 
First row, left to right: M. Hubbell, 
S. Karp, M. Hill, C. Howland, W. 
Hayes, J. Hepburn, M. Henry. Second 
row: T. Johnson, D. Johnson, P. 
Irving, T. Joyce, P. Fountas, R. 
Howe. Standing, rear: C. Howard, T. 
Wieners, K. Kaligian, B. Hoffman, R. 
Johnson. 



Homeroom 121 
Sitting, left to right: M. Katler, T. 
Kelley, J. MacLellan, D. Leonard, A. 
Lobosco, J. Keegan, M. McKenna, G. 
Lester, M. Kusmin. Standing: J. 
Kearns, G. Masters, J. Kearns, B. 
LaCerda, J. Lane, N. Kelleher, C. 
Keating, J. Martinez, C. Mackey. 



Homeroom 124 
First row, left to right: M. McNa- 
mara, L. McMakin, C. McWade, B. 
McSweeney, B. McDonough. Second 
row: B. Murphy, C. Meyer, M. Mc- 
Aulay, C. Ferraro, E. Mclrney, J. 
Watson, H. McDonald, M. McCoy, R. 
McNamara. Rear: D. Millward, N. 
Meridan, A. McGillicuddy, C. Mc- 
Grath, M. Miller, D. Murphy, P. 
Fountas, R. Moses, E. Pallis. 



Homeroom 129A 
First row, left to right: S. Rorrie, 
D. Rice, P. Sheehan, D. Sexton, B. 
Reed, S. Schorer, E. Schreiber, R. 
Shain. Second row: G. Scanlon, S. 
Russell, J. Prevett, K. Sheehan, P. 
Seixas, L. Sarro, B. Scollins, B. 
Schweitzer, J. Reardon, D. Quinn, D. 
Sheehan, S. Salisbury, P. Rizzo. 




Homeroom 141B 
Front, left to right: R. Toland, C. 
Smith, N. Shepperson, M. Thibault. 
Second row: A. Skelsky, L. Sicard, 
M. Stone, M. Sullivan, M. Sweeney, J. 
Systrom. 



Homeroom 153 
Seated, left to right: M. Whiting, T. 
Wieners, R. Toland, J. Turner, J. 
Perkins, T. Tsebetzis. Standing: K. 
Warren, R. Watson, M. Watson, P. 
Watts, N. VanZile, K. Underwood. 



Homeroom 125 
Kneeling, left to right: M. Pizzuto, R 
Murphy, L. Palmer, K. O'Fria, K 
Pitchford, D. Murray, G. Pisano, I 
Pendergast, L. Pallis, L. Nichols, K 
Pallis, B. Murphy. Standing: J. Mc 
Donald, S. Burke, D. Olson, A. Perl 
man, S. O'Nell, S. Polechronis, C 
Patalano. 



Homeroom 153 
First row, left to right: L. Williams, 
E. Waters, M. Whiting, K. Warren, L. 
Weiners, L. Williams, M. Woicik, K. 
Underwood, R. Watson. Second row: 
N. VanZile, S. Turner, D. Bozzella, 
A. White, P. Watts, M. O'Sullivan, R. 
Wallace, J. Watson, S. Zabilski. 



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Homeroom 23 
Front, kneeling, left to right: M. Abbate, S. 
Ayoub, P. Ashworth, S. Ballantine, P. Atkins, 
D. Adieman. Standing: J. Arnold, L. Blum, B. 
Bonner, T. Beaton, M. Bolduc, R. Barter, M. 
Bennet. 



Homeroom 30 
First row, left to right: T. Campagna, F. Car- 
dinale, S. Broadhurst, M. Carlson, D. Clarke, C. 
Callahan, J. Cavanaugh, P. Carroll. Rear: B. 
Clay, S. Bourne, W. Cannata, P. Carbonaro, T. 
Bullis, R. Brown, L. Finnegan, M. Casey, R. 
Clark, F. Busalacchl. 



Homeroom 34 
First row, left to right: J. Decatur, L. Corweli, 
K. Collates, C. Dion, K. Devlin, K. Cudworth, 
K. Cook. Second row: J. Dacey, L. DeFanti, K. 
Donlon, S. Dettbarn, D. Devaney. Third row: 
A. Doich, R. DeVasto, J. D'Alessandro, B. Cul- 
len, J. Clegg, L. DiBenedetto, L. DiGregorio, T. 
Collette. 




Homeroom 101 
Front, left to right: N. Eaton, J. 
Garside, D. Fleming, P. Fallovol- 
lita, D. Follet. Second row: C. 
Friedl, S. Ballantine, L. Gatozzi, 
S. Dunker, K. Sheehan, J. Watson, 
S. Corkery, L. Finnegan, L. Fraze. 



Homeroom 115 
First row, left to right: A. Lam- 
bert, D. Lewis, A. Lane, B. Kel- 
ley, D. Keegan. Second row: C. 
Klint, C. Lindemayer, K. Keller, 
T. King, J. Lazarro, K. Kendrick. 
Third row: Mrs. Richardson, M. 
Love, E. Landry, 8. Lambert, N. 
Keating, K. Love, R. Kapur. 



Homeroom 120 
First row, left to right: J. Murray, 
V. D'Ambrosio, A. Pizzuto. Sec- 
ond row: K. MacMullin, J. Mc- 
Gowan, D. McCafferty, P. Mac- 
Donald, J. McGowan, L. McGee, 
S. Marrow, K. MacMunn, L. Cor- 
well, J. Decatur. Third row: S. 
Mathys, R. McBride, R. Mc- 
Donough, C. McCoy. Fourth row: 
T. McGrath, A. Martin, P. Mari- 
nelli. 



Homeroom 111 
First row, left to right: R. Hud- 
son, S. Miller, C. Goodale, D. Hal- 
ligan, L. Guy, S. Harrington. Sec- 
ond row: M. Hanlon, E. Hol- 
brook, K. Hanley, P. Harrison, P. 
Hendrickson. Third row: T. Gould, 
R. Hamwey, A. Jamgutchian, V. 
Gulla, J. Jarvis, C. Hodgkins, L. 
Conrad. 




Homeroom 129B 
On stairs, left to right: K. Mlllward, 
A. Montgomery, K. Nordstrom, M. 
Nolan, K. Nee, T. McLean, L. Mc- 
Guiness, K. Mullarkey. Top: K. Shee- 
han, J. Watson, K. Moran, M. Moel- 
ler, T. Nichols, J. Meyer, D. Mclnnis, 
J. Mclver. 



Homeroom 46 
Sitting, left to right: G. Wallace, G. 
White, G. Whalen, C. Wilfinger, K. 
Wadden, S. Youlden. Standing: E. 
White, S. Wakelin, J. Tavalone, P. 
Wheeler, P. VanWart, S. Wolcik, M. 
Toffoloni. 



Homeroom 152A 
Seated, left to right: M. Rizzo, M. 
Reddish, S. Pecararo, M. Reilly, K. 
Qyunn, D. Pearce. Second row: T. 
Pandolfo, J. North, N. Procaccino, S. 
Nyborn, M. Richardson. 



Homeroom 152B 
Kneeling, left to right: S. Smith, D. 
Spakevicius, K. Scholz, D. Scibillia, 
S. Sesnovitch. Second row: D. Sulli- 
van, M. Saccone, W. Rogers, V. Scar- 
latta, I. Ruza, L. Stacey. 



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Class Officers 
Julie Bishop 
Jane Cavanaugh 
Janice McKeown 
Leslie Jarvis 



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Homeroom 24 
First row, left to right: S. Bardzllowski, K. 
Abbate, B. Billard, R. Black, D. Besser. Second 
row: B. Berry, P. Benincasa, K. Bernardo. Third 
row: J. Bishop, J. Babineau, B. Bernardo, C. 
Berg, J. Bimshas, A. Angelici, G. Benson, J. 
Abbate. 



Homeroom 33 
Front, left to right: B. Brock, B. Ciriello, J. 
Cavanaugh, F. Clark, L. Cappuccino, C. Col- 
lette, L. Cariani, L. Collins. Rear: L. Conrad, K. 
Burhoe, J. Conway, S. Cobb, R. Castrechini, M. 
Coggins, Scott Bullis, J. Coleman, R. Carlson. 



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Homeroom 43 
First row, left to right: L. Doull, L. Drayton, M. Crowley, 
P. Donlon, G. Darwin. Second row: S. Crowley, T. 
D'Alessandro, C. Duquette, V. D'Ambrosio, J. Duffy, S. 
DIBarl, B. Dullea, J. Cudworth. Third row: G. Curtin, D. 
Effgen, C. DeFeo, L. Cullen, J. Dowd, A. Fales, D. Dion, 
L. Daniels, F. Eriandson. 




Homeroom 48-A 
On Stairs, bottom to top: J. Fitz- 
henry, M. Frasca, R. Gallagher, S. 
Follett, C. Gallberg. Second row: A. 
Gallant, R. Giblin, N. Finnegan, J. 
Gavin, S. Flaherty, C. Galbert. Third 
row: K. Gallagher, M. Ford, L. Fer- 
raro, M. Farrell, K. Gavin, D. Gilroy, 
S. Fitzgerald, J. Francis. Fourth row: 
P. Flynn, S. Friedl, K. Farley. Fifth 
row: A. Giovino. 



Homeroom 48-B 
First row, left to right: D. Haywood, 
K. Hubbell, E. Griffin, G. Hoffman, 
K. Hanberry, C. Halligan, S. Hooper. 
Second row: J. Herlihy, P. Halkett, 
E. Griffin, D. Hall, G. Guerriero, R. 
GresI, D. Hill. Third row: K. Hahn, S. 
Hill, D. Harrington, C. Hastings, J. 
Goode, C. Howe. 



Homeroom 122 
Front row, left to right: N. Kraus, R. 
Hubner, J. Kelly, L. Joyce, C. Katler. 
Second row: S. Kent, Robt. Kosti- 
gen, A. Kapur, E. Kusmin, L. Jarvis, 
P. Johnson, M. Keane. Third row: P. 
Kelly, K. Kendrick, R. Kostigen, T. 
lerardi, M. Kinne, C. Johnson, B. In- 
graham, V. Irvine, B. Kilburrie. 




Homeroom 123 
Kneeling, left to right: P. Landrey, R. 
Macari, A. Lester, J. MacMullen, M. 
Lanzillo, N. Lynch. Rear: J. Lund, J. 
Mahone, P. McDermott, J. Mahoney, 
D. Legge, J. Langley, S. Maguarri, J. 
Long, H. Lane, J. Ladd, L. Lamme. 




Homeroom 141-A 
Front, left to right: P. Mirsky, G. 
Mingels, J. Merrow, J. McGee, K. 
Watson, M. Mundt, J. McKeown, M. 
Napoleone, J. Murray. Standing, rear: 
H. Mooncai, D. Mulhane, D. Murphy, 
K. McGrath, P. McGinnis, B. Mc- 
Namara, L. Musto, Y. McKenna, M. 
J. Nee, B. Mclntyre, M. McDonough, 
K. McSweeney, D. Towle. 



Homeroom 157-A 
Sitting, left to right: A. Pizzuto, M. 
Nee, D. Rice, P. Porter, M. Reddish, 
D. Robertson, M. O'Neil, J. Renzl, D. 
Nelson. Rear: L. McGilly, M. McCoy, 
R. Olson, L. Hurley, D. Pandolfo, S. 
Pratt, C. Romines, K. O'Neil, J. 
Riordan, J. Pendergast. 



Homeroom 157-B 
Front, left to right: Kathleen Sulli- 
van, L. Taksery, L. Taksery, T. Sab- 
bag, L. Sigmund, L. Smith, J. Sher- 
lock, T. Skelly. Rear: N. Stockford, 
C. Steeger, J. Taylor, John Sullivan, 
H. Shaffer, M. Shain, G. Smith, S. 
Steeves, A. Scarlatta, H. Sanford. 



Homeroom 158 
Front, left to right: B. Thompson, L. 
Watson, K. Watson, L. Tejeda, L. 
Wadden, S. Walsh, K. Wolfe, W. Youl- 
den, J. Lynch. Rear: J. Tosi, N. Thi- 
bault, J. Warren, T. Troy, A. Vartabe- 
dian, T. Whitten, G. West. 



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ATHLETICS 




Football 





Head Coach Paul Tuccelli 



Squad, Front row kneeling, left to right: P. Crowley, C. Coleman, G. Bogue, D. Towie, D. 
Whalen, L' Angelas, J. Bennet, V. Lambert, M. Kelley, J. Birtwhistle, M. Band, K. Kendrick. 
Second row: D. Stewart, S. O'Neil, R. Fitzhenry, T. Bulman, D. Brawley, E. Susi, G. Wallace, 
D. Sheehan, M. Fredricks, H. Lundkvist, B. Clay, P. Ferzoco, J. North, G. Boari, C. Sullivan, S. 
Zabilski, J. Jarvis, P. Lyons, R. Chmielorz, R. Johnson, P. Boari, R. Hazle, B. McGrail, V. 
Scarlatta, M. Buckley. Missing from photo: R. McGrail. 

THE HUNGRY EYE 



Team Awards — 

Back of the Year — Luke Angelus 

Lineman of the Year — Mike Kelley 

Most Valuable Player, Thanksgiving Game — Bill Irving 

. . . Takin' care of business . . . "Birt is sooo easy" . . . 
Shanane . . . "I'll blow up your car" . . . "Roux, you are so 
ugly" . . . OTR . . . "You really didn't want it" ... ice cream 
. . . "Ferzoco, were you there??" . . . love long bus rides . . . 
"Some of you guys!!" . . . "Five cases, IRv?" . . . Bodacious 
. . . The Burglar . . . Coach Paul Tuccelli and Assistants Ray- 
mond Kodzis and Walter Alessi. 

The 1974 Football Squad would like to thank the Boosters 
Club for the scoreboard, the trophies, and most of all — their 
support. Also, special thanks goes to the parents who organ- 
ized the banquet and Mrs. Helen Rizzo and Mrs. Helen Gueri-' 
no for their donation of white game spikes. Thanks to Paul 
"Ice Cream" Carroll and Ron Colangelo for their help during 
the season. Seniors Luke Angelus, Jay Bennett, John Birt- 
wistle, Gary Bogue, Bob Chmielorz, Chip Coleman, Bob Hazle, 
Mike Kelley, Dick McGrail, and Dave Whalen would like to 
thank the fans and coaching staff for a great final year of high 
school football. 



WAYLAND — After two big emotional wins, Westwood suffered a 
letdown. A sky-high Wayland team took full advantage of a flat Wol- 
verine squad in rolling up a 28-8 victory. Mike Band and Mike Kelley 
had good individual efforts, but it wasn't enough. Maybe the Wolverines 
were too busy keeping their new white games shoes clean! 
BELLI NGHAM — Westwood came back and romped over Bellingham 
47-8. It was a great team effort and many junior varsity players saw 
action in the late stages of the game. 

HOLLISTON — The Wolverine's Turkey Day luck continued as the 
Westwood squad edged a tough Panther team 8-0. Dan TowIe supplied 
the offense for Westwood when on the first play of the game, he 
intercepted a Holliston pass and rumbled in for the score. Dan later 
combined with Jay Bennett to tackle the Holliston quarterback in the 
end zone for a two-point safety. The entire defense played well with 
Dan TowIe, Jay Bennett, Mike Kelley, and Bill Irving turning in fine 
performances. The offense had bright spots in the running of Chip 
Coleman and Luke Angelus. The line again had a great effort to open 
holes for the backs. 

HANOVER - Both teams splashed and sloshed In the rain to a 12-12 
deadlock. The defense was the key, but the offense had a few bright 
spots against the Division IV Superbowl Champs. 

HOPKINGTON - Even though the defense was tough, the off ense had 
some tough breaks and could not get untracked as the Wolverines lost 
to a strong Hiller club, 8-0. 

DOVER-SHERBOURNE - The Westwood offense exploded in the 
fourth period to overtake a well-balanced Dover squad 26-14. Luke 
Angelus had key defensive plays, while Chip Coleman led the offensive 
running attack behind superb blocking from the line. 
ASHLAND - Dave Whalen's passing to John Birtwistle, who finally 
found his hands catching six Whalen aerials, led the Wolverine offense 




to a 22-0 victory. Bill Irving supplied the running power to complement 
the passing. Bob Hazle, filling in for an injured Jay Bennett, played 
excellent defense, as did Mike Kelley. 

MILLIS — The Millis morning game jinx continued, when after a close 
defensive battle, the Wolverines fell to Millis on a last second field goal. 
Bill Irving had a fine game running the ball in the 1 1-8 loss. 
MEDWAY — The Wolverines scored two quick touchdowns and then 
held on to win a key victory over the Mustangs of Medway, 14-1 2. The 
difference came on a two-point conversion pass from Dave Whalen to 
Mike Band. Both Band and Whalen had a fine game as did the offensive 
line. This was a big win as Westwood later ended the season with a tie 
for the league championship with these same Medway Mustangs. 
MEDFIELD - A fired-up Wolverine eleven blew a highly rated Med- 
field squad off the field. The Westwood defense, led by Mike Kelley, 
contained Medfield's offense, while Westwood's offense ran and passed 
up and down the field in racking up an impressive 22-0 victory. John 
Birtwistle had another excellent game catching six passes for over 100 
yards while Luke Angelus powered the running attack. 









The Ultimate In Male Sport 
Is Gradually Being invaded By 
The Daintier Of The Species 



Field Hockey 



Field hockey is tlie sport to play, we love it, 
we play every day! . . . practice ... 11 laps ... 16 
sprints, ugh! . . . circle the hit . . . sticks down . . . 
Trisha . . . the savage center . . . keep the obscenities 
down! . . . Where's Mary Ann and Ann? . . . when it's 
time to relax . . . Party at Pam's . . . good hit, now use 
it . . . circular tackles, the victim — Miss Rice! . . . Sue's 
having another Spaz attack! . . . TRADITION!! . . . wing 
it. Bets . . . "let me tell you a story 'bout a man named 
Jed" . . . injuries galore . . . Why don't you try using 
your crutches, Jen? . . . Nancy, what a hacker . . . 
SNOW... take the nets down!!... shaving cream 
fights . . . what a SEASON!! . . . hope it's over before 
insanity sets in! 







Coach Elizabeth Rice 



Standing, left to right: Nancy Fabiano, Becky Ingraham, Becky Smith, Dianne Saari, Trisha Effgen, 
Co-Captain; Susan McCafferty, Tina Johnson, Nancy Masison, Pam Flynn, Co-Captain; Mary Ann McCoy, 
Denise Gallagher, Mgr. Kneeling: Beth Schweitzer, Jen Renzi, Amy Burdan, Betsy Bonner, Terry Finnegan, 
Mary Love, Ann McGinnis. 




Here'3 1. 



Farklets . . . ten 100's on 1:35... whippies . . . "Hey 
Edith!" . . . hickies?? . . . 9th in the state . . . "nnoons" . . . 
Pat's muscles . . . SHUT UP!!! . . . runt . . . "Don't breathe off 
your turns!" . . . Kathy's whistle . . . the ugle award . . . 
Valerie-Valera . . . "Does anyone have any shampoo?" beauti- 
ful McCafferty . . . Lisa's laundramat . . . "buck a looie!!" . . . 
"Agnus" . . . "Where are the sweats?" . . . 12-0 . . . division 
title. 




Girls' Swim Team 





Kneeling, left to right: Kerry Nee, Pat TosI, Arlene Barbieri, Co-Capt., Cindy Ferraro, Co-Capt., Carol 
Mather, Co-Capt., Bernie Kelly, Lisa Ferraro. Second row: Sue Reed, Paula McDonald, Sandy Friedl, 
Maura Casey, Laura Williams, Robin Surrett. Third row: Carrie Steeger, Robin Crawford, Kathy Sullivan, 
Diane McCafferty, Leslie Jarvis, Jean Kelly, Nancy Stockford, Coach Kathy Delaney. Rear: Carol Flynn, 
Kathy Duquette, Jeanne Systrom, Leslie Williams, Kathy Berkland, Val Gulla. 




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SOCCER 



Kneeling, left to right; R. Proccacino, G. Curtin, J. Gavin, S. Kent, P. Mursky, J. Sullivan, B. 
Cullen. Second row; T. Gould, S. Harrington, F. Sullivan, N. Boyle, J. Abbott, D. Hill, J. 
Lane, J. Proccacino, J. Troy. Rear: J, Fabiano, Co-Capt.; B. Harrington, Co-Capt.; M. 
Sullivan, B. Burhoe, Co-Capt.; B. Mulhal, G. Guinta, D. Rice, S. Polechronis, Co-Capt.; R. 
Wilson, D. Sexton, Coach K. Crowe. 








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CROSSCOUNTRY 



Westwood's cross-country gang encountered both a successful and frustrating season. 
Although enjoying a fine 7-1 record, the only loss— to Ashland by two points— cost the squad 
the league championship. 

Senior Co-Captain Don Swann went undefeated as he won every race during the season, 
and he ran away with individual honors in the all-league meet finishing just seconds off the 
record. He ran a proud third in the State Divisional Meet. 

Westwood's other Co-Captain, Mike Keane, was beaten by only one alien opponent all 
year during the regular season. 

The 7-1 record was the best ever for a team that has done nothing but improve since 
Coach Harvey Fischler took over the helm. 





First row, left to right: R. Gallagher, S. 
Broadhurst, E. Howard, M. Gelotte, D. Quinn, 
B. Reed, M. Cavanaugh, S. Bourne. Second 
row: D. Murphy, J. Renzi, P. Dressens, J. 
Chapin, T. Palmer, P. Fallvolita, T. Mclntyre, 
G. White. Third row: Coach Fischler, M. 
Keane; Co-Capt. R. Hamwey, B. Watts, D. 
Swann: Co-Capt., G. Lester. 



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Varsity 
Kneeling, left to right: B. Harrington, Co-Capt.; D. 
Whalen, Co-Capt. Standing, left to right: Asst. 
Coach, W. Alessi; A. Jarvis, D. Clement, D. Olson, 
L. Zorio, M. Miller, S, Harrington, B. Moses, K. 
Culbert, Coach G. Thwing. 





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Varsity 
Kneeling, left to right: N. Fabiano, J. Renzi, C. 
Mather, Co-Capt.; B. Bonner, Co-Capt.; M. Love, D. 
Gottfried. Standing, left to right: D. Saari, K. Berk- 
land, M, McCoy, A. McGlnnIs, G. DeAngells, Coach 
Delaney. 





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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



Farklett . . . two doubles and a sin- 
gle .. . mad-dog drill . . . lay-ups . . . 
Ant . . . Saturday morning at 8:00 . . . 
Tahiti . . . twenty-five foul shots . . . 
listening to records . . . "YOU 
JERKS" . . . one-minute drill . . . 
Coach Delaney . . . practice at 2:30 
sharp! . . . 1-3-1 or 2-1-2 . . . Coach 
Schurz . . . "Can we get a drink?" . . . 
Beach Boys and Beatles . . . jumprope 

. . . bus rides . . . "Look out for the 
mailbox and fence!"... dirty jokes 

. . . boats . . . shin splints . . . "touch 
the rim" . . . night game against Ded- 
ham . . . Emerson's . . . presents and 
trophies . . . undefeated . . . Varsity 
20-0, JV 19-1... Tri-Valley League 
Champions ... on to the State Tour- 
nament . . . Rockland ... 26 - 1 ... a 
sad farewell from the seniors and re- 
member "Nothing succeeds like suc- 
cess." 







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Kneeling, left to right: A. Gallant, L. Williams, B. Mclntyre, E. Waters, A. Montgomery, B. 
Murphy, L. Pallis. Second row, left to right: C. Bernardo, K. Nordstrom, B. Morin, C. Vaas, 
Tri-Cap., K. Murphy, Tri-Cap., L. Bachofner, Tri-Cap., S. Friedl, L. Cappuccino, K. Kaligian. 




GYMNASTICS 

1974-'75 was a year of firsts' for the Girls' 
Varsity Gymnastics Team. Along with their 
first year coach, Elizabeth Rice, the team prac- 
ticed and competed for the first time in the 
Westwood High School gym. The girls con- 
cluded their season in the Dual County League 
with a disappointing record of 2 and 5, but 
look forward to a more encouraging season 
next year in the Tri-Valley League. Tri-Captains 
Lynne Bachofner, Karen Murphy, and Carol 
Vaas provided leadership and encouragement 
for the team throughout the season. 

This was the season . . . Are you baked? . . . 
Wunderbar... Bodiddledashus . . . 7.0 
scream!!! . . . Lynne, is Emerson's missing a 
glass? . . . Karen, make your aerial walk-over 
much?!? . . . red toenail polish . . . Brenda— ex- 
ercises— that voice! . . . green underwear ... no 
white socks . . . run back! . . . form! . . . sisterly 
love?!? . . . not Luigi! . . . Ellen, does gymnas- 
tics really get you high?!?. . . What a year!?! 






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Seated, left to right: J. Coleman, D. Dion, E. Winslow, R. Gallagher, R. Olson, G. Smith, S. 
DiBari, D. Legge, M. Coggins. Kneeling: R. Mulhall, L. McMakin, S. Schorer, J. Ahigian, J. 
Reardon, R. Reillv, F- Early, M. Vartabedian, J. Supple. Standing: Coach Joseph Gearon, M. 
Sullivan, J. Maloof, Capt.; R. Perlman, Capt.; M. Reilly, Capt.; A. Boyle, Capt.; P. DiBari. 






BOYS' SWIM 
TEAM 

The Boys' Swim Team completed another 
successful season with a very impressive 12-1 
record. This placed them in second position in 
the highly competitive Greater Boston Swim 
League. The team looks promising for the 
next few years with a lot of developing under- 
class stars. The team was led this year by 
Captains Rob Perlman, Mark Rielly, Andy 
Boyle, and Jim Maloof. 




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Captains B. Watts, M. Kelley, M. Keane. 



Coaches P. Tuccelli, D. Sanfason. 




TRACK 





Westwood's indoor track team did it all in the '74-'75 season. The squad led by senior 
Tri-Captains Brad Watts, Mike Keane, and Mike Kelley went undefeated in the Massachusetts 
Suburban Indoor Track League. Coach Sanfason did an outstanding job with a team whose 
closest league competitor could only come within twenty points of the strong Westwood 
trackmen. WHS also swept through the relay carnival and conference meet. 

Miler Mike Keane was undefeated in dual meets while Don Swann, Brad Watts, and Dick 
McGrail became league champs in their respective events. Other outstanding performers were 
Skip Zabilski, Jim Fabiano, Gregg White, and shotputters Mike Kelley and Don Stewart. In 
the State Meet our miler Don Swann placed fourth. An outstanding season all around! 



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Varsity Squad: Front, left to right: Chris McWade; Bob Mucciarone, Asst. Capt.; Jim 
Riordan, Capt.; Ed Germane, Asst. Capt.; Kevin Pallis, Asst. Capt.; Dave Sullivan; 
Peter McGinnis. Rear: Chris Carvill, Dave Towne, Michael Gilroy, Scott Colwell, 
Peter McCracken, Brian Lacerda, Bill Rogers. 

Under the direction of hard-driving Coach Kevin Crowe, hockey has 
steadily innproved at Westwood High. 

Led by strong varsity support and hard-working underclassmen, the squad 
compiled an outstanding record in the Dual County League — one of the 
strongest in the state. If not for a few narrow losses, the boys would have 
entered the State Tournament and no doubt made an impressive showing. 

High-scoring center Jim Riordan led the forwards and the defensive unit 
was sparked by seniors Ed Germano and Bob Mucciarone. Kevin Pallis came 
on strong during the season along with sophomore Bill Rogers. 

Overcoming preseason injuries and hard work by the entire squad earned 
the well-deserved praise of other league coaches and the loyal fans who made 
the long journey to Assabet Valley each week. 



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Golf Team 



This year's golf team, under the direction of Coach Ray 
Kodzis, finished the season with a record of ten wins, two 
losses, and two ties. This was a great improvement over the 
previous season and was good enough for a second place finish 
in the Tri-Valley League. 

Senior members of the squad were Bob Mucciarone and 
Captain Bruce Bertman. Another highlight of the season was 
Bruce's election to the Tri-Valley League All-Star team. 




Kneeling, left to right: Jim Hepburn, Bob Mucciarone, Bruce Bert- 
man, Steve Karp. Rear: Peter Van Wart, Jim Pendergast, Raj Kapur, 
Jamie Herlihy, Coach Raymond Kodzis. 




First row, left to right: Scot Brodhurst, Jeff Whiting, Brian McSweeney, David Haughn, 
Bob Hamwey. Second row: Lisa Sigmund, Daniel Towle. Rear: David Towie, Laurie 
Conrad, Kerry Nee, Joe Fitzhenry, Jeff Deacon, IVIichelle Bolduc, Amy Delaplace, Beth 
Ingraham, Joanne McKeown. 



Ski Team 



Bus rides . . . empty cans . . . "Jeff is what!!" 
. . . "Who was that flying by??" . . . Scott came in 
first again . . . NO SNOW . . . raining again . . . the 
only co-ed team . . . Co-Captains Lee Clancy and 
Jeff Whiting . . . The team finished first in slalom 
and combined events . . . second in cross country 
. . . not bad for an eight-team league!! 



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Tennis 






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Kneeling, left to right: J. Sullivan, R. Toland, T. Joyce, C. Carvill, Co-Capt.; B. Burhoe, Co-Capt.; B. McNeil, B. 
Moses. Standing: P. McGinnis, N. Kapur, J. Abbott, P. McDermott, T. Beaton, J. North, A. Jamgotchian, J. 
Procacino, M. Vartabedian, J. Lane. Missing from photo: Coach P. Case. 



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Kneeling, left to right: K. 
Moses, M. Bolduc, M. Sullivan, 
C. Katler, P. McDonald, M. 
Beers, B. Ingraham, B. Smyth. 
Standing: M. Hanley, C. Mather, 
L Clancy, S. McCafferty, Co- 
Capt.; J. Renzi, Co-Capt.; L. 
Clancy, M. McCoy, A. McGin- 
nis. Coach Proccacino. 






SPRING 
TRACK 




Winners 





GIRLS' TRACK 

The Westwood High Girls' Track Team finished 
their 1975 season with a 7-3 record. Tri-captains 
for this year were seniors Pam Flynn, Sharon Tay- 
lor, and Carol Vaas. The entire team really worked 
hard, showed a lot of determination, and greatly 
appreciated the superb instruction of their coach 
Miss Kathy Schurz. 

At the district meet the girls obtained three 
fourths. Sophomore Nancy Fabiano in the 100 
yard dash; Junior Liz Pallis in the high jump; and 
Sophomores Linda Fabiano, Jean Fabiano, Anne 
Montgomery, and Nancy Fabiano in the 440 relay.. 




Seated, left to right: A. Montgomery, J. Fabiano, V. Irvine, K. McSweeney, L. Pallis, T. Harrison, S. Friedl, 
J. MacMullen, K. Kaligian. Kneeling, left to right: S. Dettbarn, J. Ward, C. Vaas, Tri-Capt.; G. Hoffman, V. 
D'Ambrosio, D. Keegan, K. MacMullen, K. Nordstrom. Standing, left to right: L. Fabiano, N. Fabiano, V. 
Gulla, K. Berkland, S. Scollins, N. Stockford, M. McCoy, L. Jarvis, T. Williams, S. Taylor, Tri-Capt.; S. 
Friedl, K. Hubbell, M. Nolan, Coach K. Schurz. 





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Varsity: First row, left to right: Michael Band, Mark Bolster, Roy 
Johnson, David Whalen, John Atchue, David Rice, Ed Germano, Co- 
Capt.; Stephen Burke. Second row: Albie Jarvis, Jim R Jordan, Brian 
Harrington, Co-Capt.; David Olsen, Mark DeGregorio, Jim Fabiano. 
Third row: George Whalen, Manager; Coach Downes, Alan Perlman. 



Junior Varsity: First row, left to right: J. Mahoney, M. Fredricks, C. 
Federico, A. Martin, Mr. D. Walsh, Coach; D. Hill, G. Benson, S. 
Follett. Second row: J. Tavalone, C. Lindemayer, C. Klint, S. Harring- 
ton, P. Marinelli, J. McCoy, B. Cullen, N. McLullen, J. TosI, M. 
Qualtieri. 




Softball 



Paula . . . tryouts in the gym ... "I got it!" . . . four laps . . . swing level . . . "You owe me 
one." ... no help . . . bend down . . . flinch . . . sissies . . . mental . . . real tough ... no errors! . . . 
cindykin . . . Chuckie . . . Ruthie . . . Toby . . . Myrtle. . . pony club . . . beat Bellingham! . . . pop- 
sides . . . States . . . lost to Norwood, 4-3 . . . Tri-Valley League Champions . . . record of 13-3. 




Junior Varsity: First row, left to right: T. McCarthy, L. Sweeney, J. 
GresI, J. Cavanaugh, E. Derwin. Second row: Coach Frasca, S. Fitz- 
gerald, J. Haley, M. Burke, D. McCafferty, K. Love, M. Frew, B. Billard. 



Girls' Varsity Softball: Pirst row, sitting left to right: Bobby Harris, 
Betsy Bonner, Co-Capt.; Diane Saari, Co-Capt.; Martha Fox, Beth 
Schweitzer, Charlene Smith, Donna Murray. Second row: Mrs. Hillberg, 
Coach; Ginnie DeAngelis, Beth Harris, Katie Dargin, Chris Dion, Mary 
Love, Barbara Bonner, Dorie Gottfried, Cathy Duquette, Chris Beaton. 




Student Council 




Student Council Officers: Left to right: K. Ofria, Secre- 
tary; A. Skelskie, Vice-President; B. Harrington, President; 
M. Kusmin, Treasurer. 





First row, left to right: R. Conway, K. Crocker, M. Beers, S. Sesnovich, N. Pearce, L. 
Jarvis, B. Harrington, Pres.; K. Ofria, Sec; A. Skelskie, V. Pres.; M. Kusnnin, Treas. 
Second row: L. Sarro, D. Nichols, C. Mather, C. Steeger, E. Hurly, E. Kusnnin. Third 
row: S. McCafferty, R. Murphy, S. Harrington, J. Fabiano. Fourth row: N. Masison, 
R. Perlman, J. Fabiano, W. Geary, B. Cullen, A. Giovino, Miss Bolles, Advisor. 



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Student Advisory Board 

This year's Advisory Board to the School 
Committee was comprised of Co-Chairmen John 
Atchue and Rob Perlman, Junior member Arthur 
Skelskie, Sophomore Scretary Merideth Beers, and 
Freshman Ellyn Kusmin. The Board successfully 
bridged the gap between the student body, the 
administration, and the school committee. 

One of the most notable accomplishments was 
the June 1 graduation which was handled superbly 
by the class advisors and Rob Perlman. Rob was 
also our State Student Advisory Representative. 




Student Advisory Board: Seated, left to right: 

Perlman, J. Atchue. 



A. Skelskie, E. Kusmm, M. Beers, R. 



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Student Announcers: Left to right: J. Atkins, D. Whalen, J. 
Atchue, J. Daniels, S. Andrews. 




Robert Perlman; Mass. Regional Student Advisory Council Chairman; Mass. State 
Student Advisory Council Chairman; Student Rights and Responsibilities; Blue 
Ribbon Committee. 





Student-Faculty Forum 

1974-1975 was a fairly quiet year for the Student-Faculty Forunn. 
Under Faculty Chairman, Mr. Earles, the Forum rechecked the sticky 
question of class rank and looked into the Students' Rights and Re- 
sponsibilities Bill. Lack of major business kept it, for the most part, an 
inactive year for the Forum. 

Student-Faculty Forum: Standing, left to right: S. Broadhurst, S. Karp, N. 

Masison, Secretary; D. Pearce, S. McCafferty, B. Harrington, K. O'Fria, R. 

Murphy, President; R. Perlman, S. Harrington. Seated: Mr. G. Hancox, Mr. H. 
Fischler, Miss J. Bolles. 



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National Honor Society - Senior Members: First row: N. Masison, J. Daniels, E. 
Hanlon, C. Beaton, C. Elmes, L. Greenlaw, K. Gallagher. Second row: L. Busalacchi, 
S. Ward, C. Ford, D. Napoleone, C. Sareault, E. Bonner, J. Renzi, C. Mather, S. 
McCafferty, D. Band; Vice-Pres., B. Lynch, D. Jacobs. Third row; P. Hubbell, J. 
Montgomery, C. Vaas, S. DeFanti, L. Bachofner; Secretary, L. Gaynor, J. Atkins; 
Treas., D. Whalen, R. Murphy, L. Clancy, L. Clancy, J. Atchue. Missing from photo: 
T. Mclntyre; Pres. D. Wade, D. Collins, S. DiGregorio, T. Finnegan, M. Hanley, W. 
Irving, M. Kelley, S. Thibault, T. Williams. 




National Honor Society 




Miss H. Joan Dillon 
Advisor 



Junior Members: Seated, left to right: M. Band, B. Smyth^ Leslie Williams^ La ur^a 
Williams, K. Cracker, D. Murray. Standing: R. Johnson, K. Kalig.an M. Hubbell. D. 
Sheehan. D. Quinn, L. Sarro, B. Geary. R. Murphy. C. MacLeay, S. ZabMsk.. 



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Sacred cheese 
First row, left to right: P. Silverman, K. Arakelian, P. Manchester, D. Wade, D. Olson, D. Pearce, M. Bolduc, G. Lester, B. 
Watts. Second row: S. Thibault, K. iVlcMullen, J. Taylor, J. Kinsman, S. Karp, B. Geary, B. Moses, A. Skelskie, J. Cook, 
M. Kusmin, M. Katler. 



Editor M. Capuzzo 



Co-Editors Michael Capuzzo and Donald Swann directed 
THE SACRED CHEESE during the first half of school year 
1974-75. 

With Seniors Margaret Geary, Paul Silvernnan, June 
Kinsman, Jim Cook and Rob Murphy forming a talented and 
dedicated surrounding nucleus, the CHEESE reached its peak 
with a special 24 page Thanksgiving issue (after which the 
Co-Editors suffered simultaneous nervous breakdowns and 
ulcers, semi-retiring to regroup a new staff to guide the paper 




to the end of the year). 

On January 11, the CHEESE staff attended the American 
International College Scholastic Press Forum in Springfield, 
the paper's first contest in its three year history. 

Competing against 51 other high school newspapers from 
New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts, the CHEESE was 
awarded a second place trophy for "overall excellence," a first 
place plaque for "Complete Coverage of Campus News," a first 
place plaque for "National and International News" and a 
verbal award from an AlC Journalism 
Professor: "The Sacred Cheese is one of 
the top two or three high school 
newspapers in the northeastern United 
States." 

The trio of Bob Moses, Mitchell 
Katler and Stephen Karp has already 
produced two creditable issues, and will 
pilot the paper next year. 

Footnote: Talented and tireless Mr. 
Michael Milan of the Art Dept. worked 
patiently with two separate staffs of the 
CHEESE in 1974-75. His creativity, 
enthusiasm and the work of his artists 
were major reasons why the CHEESE 
was an award-winning newspaper. 



The Harlequin took on a whole new look this year. The entirp concept was 
revitalized under advisor Ellen Eberly and chief editor Barbara Breese. The name of 
the magazine was changed to the "No Parentheses" signifying the freedom of expres- 
sion provided. Enthusiastic students supported the break from the standard "English 
Composition" literary magazine and submitted all sorts of unusual and original works. 
There was more written material, more artwork, music and photography than ever 
before! With invaluable aid from the mechanical arts department, the entire staff 
worked hard to organize and release the best issue ever of the school magazine, now 

known as, the "No Parentheses". 

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No Parentheses Staff 
Seated, left to right: M. Geary, M. Bolduc, G. 
Lester, B. Breese, Editor; S. Ward, K. Arakelian, 
L. Petrozzi, Mrs. Eberly, Advisor. Standing, left 
to right: S. Karp, N. Meridan, D. Pearce, D. 
Nichols, C. Elmes, K. Crocker, M. Beers. 



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American Field Service Club 



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American Field Service Club: First row, left to right: L. Connors, C. Howitt, L. 
Garafolo, D. Nichols, M. Thompson, B. Scollins. Second row: M. Bolduc, K. O'Fria, 
H. Moulton, M. Thibault, W. Hayes, B. Smith, R. Newcomb, M. Kusmin. Third row: 
H. Lundkvist, A. Perlman, G. Lester, K. Ballantine, N. Finnegan, J. Mclver. 



AFS student Hans Lundkvist v«ith Advisor, Mrs. Louis 
Ballou. 



Math Team 



Seated, left to right: J. Hildebrandt, J. At- 
kins, B. Watts, F. Cogswell. Rear: M. Beers, 
M. Stone, Mr. Pender, Advisor; G. Bresna- 
han, J. Kearns. 



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Business Club 





Business Club: Front: Victor Pandolfo. First row, left to right: S. GurskI, J. 
Anderson, P. Kane, L. Swanson, C. Kerrigan, D. Murphy. Rear: J. Hallion, M. 
Quinn, J. Watson, J. Boucher, G. Systrom, D. Castrechini, G. Schneider, Mr. 
Flahive, Advisor; A. Sola, L. Lazzaro. 



Astronomy Club 

This year saw the astronomy club 
filled with many new faces. Meetings 
were held through the courtesy of John 
Hubbard at his house. Observations were 
made primarily at a nearby field and Hale 
Reservation. Field trips were made to 
Medfield to observe the lunar eclipse with 
the Medfield Astronomy Club and to Mil- 
ton Academy to make use of their equip- 
ment. Meetings were fun, even when the 
skies became cloudy, with reports from 
members on their own trips, games of 
ping-pong, and pizza. 



Astronomy Club: Front, left to right: A. Lester, G. Lester, W. Geary, J. Kearns, J. Cook. Rear: M. 
Stone, D. Shamlian, D. Follet, M. Hubbell, R. Berlo, Mr. Keegan, Advisor. 




French Club 



French Club: Front, left to right: L. McKenna, K. O'Fria, P. Abbate, P. Hubbell, M. Thibault. Roar: K. Caputo, 
M. Thompson, K. Arakelian, T. Florek, J. Martinez, E. Hanlon, K. Abbate, S. Thibault, P. Onorato, Mrs. Gean, 
Advisor; L. Maranjian. 

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Pep 
Club 



First row, left to right: S. Andrews, M. Hanley, D. Band, R. 
Perlman. Second row: D. Wade, L. Sarro, C. Elmes, K. Gallagher, 
D. Cirlello, K. Watson, J. McGee, S. Bero, L. Henderson, M. 
Quinn, D. Piazza, P. Kugel, S. Madden, T. Weiners, T. Harrison, 
M. Casey, S. Pecararo, T. Grueter, L. Finnegan, D. Halligan, C. 
Howitt, D. Nichols, T. Finnegan. Third row: L. Seznovitch, K. 
Mullarkey, P. Atkins, J. Decatur, L. Colwell, K. MacMann, M. 
Hanlon, L. McGee, L. Bachofner, B. Lynch, L. Connors, P. 
Manchester, J. Atkins, C. Mather, S. Ward. Fourth row: J. 
Cavanaugh, B. Ingraham, T. McCarthy, K. Devlin, A. Pizzuto, J. 
Bishop, v. D'Ambrosio, L. Jarvis, R. Macari, T. Sheehan, W. 
Youlden, K. Quynn, B. Bashian, B. Murphy, B. Glaser, S. Koury, 
S. Harrington, N. Masison. Fifth row: T. Mclntyre, M. Reilly, D. 
Whalen, A. Boyle, S. DiGregorio. 



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Are you a good 
SPORT? 



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Lacrosse 



This year's Lacrosse Club did quite well in spite of 
a short season and a small turnout of players. 
Coached by Mr. Greg Norton and Captained by 
Randy Wong, the club won two games while losing 
only one. The three games were played against teams 
composed of both varsity and junior-varsity players. 

The club was led by a strong defensive group 
consisting of Bob Hazle, Gene Tradd, and Mike 
O'Neil with Randy Wong in the goal. The offensi was 
paced by Jay Bennett, Jeff Deacon, and Paul Irving. 
The club would like to thank the faculty and admin- 
istration for their assistance and especially Greg Nor- 
ton for his volunteer coaching services. 



Front, left to right: B. Hazle, B. McDonough, D. Ogilvie, R. 
Procacino, T. Perry, E. Howard, D. Dion, A. Vartabedian. 
Rear: G. Tradd, R. Wong, Captain; S. McQuarry, B. Gallag- ~ 
her, L. McMakin, R. Riley, J. Mclver, J. Deacon. 




'^. Audio-Visual Club 




Left to right: L. Fafara, Carol Elmes, Joanne Ward, Carolyn Will, President; Pat TosI, 
Jane Sullivan, Donna Doyle, Mrs. Clement, Advisor. 



Health Careers Club 



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No smoking in uniform , . . "Hel- 
lo, wall?" . . . My Bozarinas . . . "Fin- 
gers together!" . . . "Brenda! Your 
arm!" . . . Hey— they stole throw-up 

. . . "Everyone, there's 's broth- 

er!" . . . Uhm, we're late 'cuz we got 
stuck at the Dedham Mall . . . "Is it 
time yet? Is it time yet?"— "No, it's 
not time yet." . . . "What does HWS 
mean?" . . . "Think we should draw 
her in next to Skip?" . . . My eyes 
adored you— so close and yet so far 

. . . "When are we ever gonna get our 
MONEY????" 

Cheering in '74-'75 proved to be 
the most enjoyable year tor many of 
the veteran cheerleaders. The squad 
worked well together and had an ex- 
citing season. The various cheering 
activities included over thirty games, 
posters for the football players' lock- 
ers, cheering in the pouring rain, a 
buffet dinner for the basketball play- 
ers, and dinner at Emerson's. The 
squad was very successful in competi- 
tion, placing third, but still felt that 
they were number one! The squad's 
most rewardmg accomplishment was 
a year with no fights! Finally, they 
proudly received their Varsity jack- 
ets. 



Varsity Cheerleading 
Front: M Reddish. Standing: J. Prevett, 
A. Seward, S. Bero, P. Grueter, B. Bashlan. 
Top row: L. Colpitts, A. Lobosco, S. An- 
drews, Co-Capt. Missing from photo: L. 
Angelici, Co-Capt. 




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HOCKEY CHEERLEADING 

Those long bus rides . . . Hershey's kisses . . . snowballs and fire extinguish- 
ers .. . cold rinks . . . hot chocolate . . . rowdy sections . . . spaghetti dinner at 
Donna's . . . semi-formal hockey dinner?!? . . . new cheers . . . new shakers . . . 
a lot of fun . . . "Who got the last goal?" . . . "Why is the whole team in the 
penalty box?"... "We actually have a crowd!"... "Let's get the good 
side!" . . . "Ankles on the silver line" . . . "Henry, cut the heat" . . . "Smile Mr. 
Crowe!" . . . "Come on, let's show the team we've got class!" ... a FANTAS- 
TIC season!!! 






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Able to jump tall buildings in a single bound!! 



You mean there's no more?? — but we won the 
pineapple! 




What do 'ya mean - MY 
fault! 



Swan Lake 



The best of "enemies' 



If ONE more thing goes wrong today . . .! 







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Are you sure? 



Up, up, and away 




Just take enough for yourself! 



Do the Hustle! 




Supper time ... oh it's supper time. 








MARCHING 
BAND 



Out on the field with Mr. B. . . . horns up! . . . TSOP ... If you want a solo, we'll wi ite 
one in!! . . . Musictown Festival . . . blue uniform slips . . . Southeastern Massachusetts 
Music Festival in Mansfield . . . third place?? . . . coded marching folders and music . . . 
Jumpin' at the Woodside at frosty football games . . . kick DOWN' 



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CONCERT 
BAND 





H Block with Mr. "Mark"... Officers: 
Lorraine Butler, President; Steve Polech- 
ronis, Secretary; Dorrie Napoleone and Lynn 
Connors, Librarians... ENSEMBLES?... 
Procession of the Nobles . . . BAND BONT 
TICKETS... SAX POWER... George 
Washington Bicentennial ... a wild exchange 
concert with Olde Saybrook, Connecticut in 
the snow ... a visit to a Crystal Lake ... a 
band director faster than lightning ... a 
GREAT year. 

ORCHESTRA 

The Westwood High School orchestra un- 
der the direction of Sebastian Bonaiuto had 
a very successful year. Many of the activities 
they were involved with included a com- 
bined concert with the Jr. High, the annual 
Christmas concert and a spring pops concert. 
They ended the year with visits to the vari- 
ous elementary schools throughout West- 
wood. Their hard work and practice showed 
throughout every performance. 



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COLORGUARD-'75 



GUIDE!!!... Do you understand 
what that means? . . . Ooops, I think I 
forgot the 3rd routine . . . Here comes the 
football team - "off the field again!" . . . 
Somerset . . . Who took the Somerset 
flag? . . . These flags are too HEAVY . . . 
Are you listening to ME? . . . Hey, Mikie, 
who's CAPTAIN here? . . . Rained out 
game — red-dye strikes again!!! . . . Will 
everyone please SHUT-UP! . . . Another 
late practice? . . . HURRY UP the band is 
marching down to the field . . . Chicken 
walk . . . Kicking Cheryl's hat down the 
field . . . There will be no (— ) at Satur- 
day's game . . . Banquet at Golden Steer 

. . . Which side of the field do we start 
on? . . . What's the band doing over 
there? . . . Mikie has her knee-socks up!!! 

. . . Practicing in the cafeteria?— 





Captain Color Guard 
Laurie Gaynor 





Trick Twirler 
P. Kallenberg 



Drum Major 
S. Polechrorxs 



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MAJORETTES 

"Line up, PLEASE!" . . . "What march is this?" . . . Mil- 
ler .. . "I hate majorettes." . . . "Smile!" ... "I don't care 
if you broke your leg, you still have to come to practice." 
. . . "But I can't wiggle." . . . competition at Silver Lake 
. . . festival at Somerset . . . dinner at Donna's . . . "When 
are the flags going to be ready?" . . . Hitler Montgomery 
and Mussolini Vaas . . . "Pull your hair back." . . . "Take 
ALL your jewelry off." . . . "RUN!" . . . boy hunting with 
Linda before practice . . . "Brenda, would you PLEASE 
shut-up!". . . last minute changes . . . "If you don't stay at 
attention I'm going to scream!". . . orders given at pre- 
game between clenched teeth . . . unusual bus rides ... a 
slightly confused, although not altogether disappointing, 
year. 

Majorettes 
Front, left to right: Carol Vaas, Co-Captain; Jane Montgomery, 
Co-Captain. Kneeling, left to right: Marie Kallenberg, Donna Maz- 
zarella, Karen Russo, Brenda Murphy. Rear: Ellen Waters, Anne 
Montgomery, Karen Moses, Lee Clancy. 

DRILL TEAM 

1974-'75 . . . "you guys" . . . Miller's . . . washed up per- 
formances . . . Where's the can? . . . "If you do it right 
once, you can go home" . . . bug bites! . . . "pick up your 
feet!" . . . new shakers . . . bent . . . Ashland night game . . . 
dominoes . . . "Crash into them— we were here first!!" . . . 
wet sneakers . . . missing uniforms . . . per- 
the Club Car . . . Alka Seltzer ... A GREAT 



Captain Jane Montgomery. 



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This year the 1974-'75 
drill team, under the direc- 
tion of Captain Barbara 
Lynch and Co-Captain 
Marilyn Hill, had an ex- 
citing season. Besides co- 
ordinating with the band 
during half-time, the squad 
was entered in the com- 
petition and exhibition 
routines. The girls deserve 
credit for their wonderful 
performances and the hard 
work and accomplish- 
ments of a basically new 
squad. 

Captain Barbara Lynch. 




Drill Team 
Standing left to right: J. Decateur, D. Doule, L. Magee, C. Elmes, L. 
Greenlaw, K. Warren, D. Murray, M. Whiting, T. Weiners, S. Ballentine, K. 
Quynn, B. Griffiths, K. Van Stry, N. Lynch, S. Pecararo, P. Landry, T. 
MacLellan, M. Hanlon, K. Gallagher, M. Cavanaugh, S. Hanlon, B. Denehy. 
Kneeling: Barbara Lynch, Capt.; Marilyn Hill, Co-Capt. 

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CHORUS 



Mr. Mark . . . "truth is marching" . . . candy canes . . . "Oh Happy Day" . . . 
Duane's takeoff . . . "glory in his bosom" . . . "Be quiet, or I'm leaving" . . . second 
in competiton . . . "Sherri, I'm going to kick you out!" . . . Mr. Anderson . . . 
"You won't mark me absent, will you?" 




Double Quartet 
Standing, left to right: L. Busalacchi, R. Murphy, R. Crawford, D. Clement, T. Effgen, J. 
Farrell, T. Finnegan, J. Atchue. Seated: J. Atkins, accompanist. 








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GIRLS' GLEE 
CLUB 

Singing in the music room G- 
Block ... a small Glee Club but great 
in quality and sound . . . placing 
third in the music competition . . . 
those flat echos . . . solos . . . Amen, 
So Be It!! . . . "It's good, but" . . . 
"Sopranos, stop talking!" ... "I 
think you're ready to perform" ... a 
productive year! 

MADRIGALS 

Those long rehearsals . . . singing 
around the piano . . . laughing be- 
tween lyrics . . . sopranos you're flat! 
... "I can sight read." . . . singing 
three songs at Christmas ... im- 
proving on existing standards of mad- 
rigal soooooo . . . "Please try to smile 
when you sing" . . . "Don't look 
scared" ... A great success but, more 
important, a good time! 




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"Kiss Me Kate" . . . "We Open in Venice" ... a chilly auditorium 
. . . Padua ... the balcony . . . "This isn't just a high school produc- 
tion" .. . costumes!... Bianca . . . "SING!"... vacation?... the 
backdrop . . . "Too Darn Hot!" ... "I Hate Men" . . . soft shoe . 
"Aw kiss him" ... a great show. 






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First row, left to right: F. Earley, D. Landry, M. Cava- 
naugh, J. Clegg, R. Toland, B. Harrington, A. Boyle, K. 
Nee, L. Connors, C. Howitt, Miss Glancy, M. Pizzuto. 
Second row: J. Cook, G. Whalen, M. Hanley, R. Perlman, 
T. Mclntrye, P. Manchester, J. Atkins, K. Yavarow, P. 
Kugel, S. Scollins, K. McMullen, C. Elmes, N. Masison. 
Third row: J. Cavanaugh, D. Hayward, B. Scollins, S. 
Ward, S. DeFanti, R. Murphy, J. Farrell, G. Pisano, M. 
Henry, H. Moulton, L. Busalacchi, L. Gertozzi. Fourth 
row: P. Atkins, A. Mullins, C. Ford, B. Murphy, L. Con- 
rad, K. Donlon, L. McGee, M. Hanlon, K. Wadden. 

Drama Club 

The 1974-75 Drama Club, under the direction 
of IVIiss Ellin Glancy, was bigger and more pro- 
ductive this year. The year's activities opened with 
seven student-directed one-act plays, performed on 
a two-night billing. 

Westwood's third annual musical was "Kiss Me 
Kate." The production was the result of great 
efforts on the part of the director. Miss Glancy, 
the cast, and the crew. 

The student-directed production of "The 
Blind" placed alternate in the Massachusetts 
Drama Festival. 

The senior class play — "Once Upon a Mat- 
tress" was a first for some of the actors and a great 
finale in high school theatre for others. 

The Club wound up its busy year with three 
student-directed one-act plays in June. 



Drama Club Officers: Left to right: Polly Manchester, Jim Farrell, Diane 
Nichols. 



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Thespians: Kneeling, front row: J. Clegg, 
M. Cavanaugh. Second row: J. Farrell, G, 
Pisano. Third row: C. Howitt, H. Moul 
ton. Fourth row: T. Finnegan, L. Busa- 
lacchi. Standing, rear: G. Whalen, A, 
Boyle, K. Yavarow, T. Mclntyre, P. Man 
Chester, B. Breese, S. DeFanti, A. Mul 
lins, R. Glaser, Miss Glancy. 



Miss bllin (jiancy 
Advisor 



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"F-R-F.-D - Fred!" . . . "We'll get there." ... a cast of 
thousands . . . the Swamps of Home . . . the castle . . . Spanish 
Panic . . . male dancers? . . . the birds and bees . . . knights 
under the lights ... an experience for all. 





145 









The rope of life is knotty and abrasive. 
We become blistered in the climb. 
And sometimes the pain is keen. 
We persist in our climb upward, though. 
Testing personal stamina, 

prodding ourselves on. 
We grasp for maturity, for independence. 
Yet the gravity of childhood drags us down. 
And we tremble. 
We continue, though. 
To stretch, to search. 
To seek the truth. 
Our fears depart, momentarily. 
And we reach out to touch the world 

for ourselves. 
But the unknown is frightening. 
We see the world through myopic eyes. 
And fight our way through clouds 
Which we encounter on our journey upward. 
There is an end to the haze through which 

we travel. 
There must be. 
Courage and love will dispel 

our apprehensions. 
One day, we shall reach the destiny 
Which we have struggled so hard for. 
Then, we shall abandon the rope. 
So time-worn and oft-traveled. 
At this summit we shall leave our weariness. 
Our souls will soar over the clouds- 
Freedom shall be achieved. 
We shall challenge the unknown. 
And make it the known. 

—Patricia A. Hubbell 



146 




The Royal Court: Joan Daniels, Alice Seward, Lindsay Henderson, Denise Piazza, Queen Carol Mather, Martha 
Henry, Rose Conway, Karen Kaligian, Liz Pallis. 

Carol, A Beautiful Queen 

Tiara Room at Sidney Hill Country Club . . . "Time in a Bottle" . . . But, we can't play it — we'll 
try, anyhow . . . excellent group ... a REAL "limo" . . . When is dinner? . . . say "pizza" . . . black 
capes and top hats . . . make your own sundae . . . Queen Carol and King Hans . . . endless Court 
pictures by the pool . . . Over, all ready? . . . Cahoon's dunes .. . stuck in the sand ... An excellent, 
interesting weekend for all! 




Queen Carol Mather 
and King Hans Lundkvist 





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"Bungle in the Jungle" . . . Rob Bolster's 
murals . . . the cafeteria covered by a crepe 
paper tent . . . throwing food . . . "Moch 
is!!". . . presentation of awards to faculty 
members and a "select" few seniors ... an- 
nouncement of senior superlatives . . . the 
sweetest Marshall, Mr. Case's teddybear . . . 
dancing?? . . . "Who taught that group how 
to play!?? . . . the Wizard!?! . . . almost 
everyone was in good "spirits" ... a night to 
remember. 






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The bus trip to Crane's Beach • • • May 28th . . 
to Horseneck?" . . . sitting on the floor of the bus 
in the sand dunes... "A little windy?"... 
Chicago — don't they have any other tapes?" . . 
the sand . . . getting thrown in . . . freezing water 
to the parking lot for food . . . "How do you open the lobsters?" 
a few sunburns as reminders of the day. 



. "Is this the way 
. . playing frisbee 

Beach Boys and 

getting buried in 

walking down 




Class Day 1975 




THE CLASS WITH A LOT OF CLASS 







THIS HAS TO BE OUR YEAR! 

—Durante 




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I am convinced that the world 
is not a mere bag in which men 
and women trample themselves 
in the mire and die . . . 




Something magnificent is tak- 
ing place here amid the cruelties 
and tragedies . . . 




Graduation — June 1 , 1 975 





and the supreme challenge 
to intelligence is that of 
making the noblest and 
best in our curious heri- 
tage prevail. 



— Durante 



Begin at the 
beginning . . . Green Years 




1975 is the year you never would have believed twelve 
months ago. It's a special year for a special class. The 1975 
Green Years staff, under the direction of Nancy Masison and 
Jane Montgomery has attempted to capture in the pages of 
this book the magic of the memories of this year. 

Under the expert guidance of our advisor, Mr. Flahive, we 
have been given the freedom to expand our book and explore 
new methods in creating a unique memoir. 

Also, a very special thanks to the many people whose skill 
and hard-working dedication helped to make the yearbook 
possible this year. Your ideas and co-operation have made the 
1975 Green Years a rewarding experience and a unique trea- 
sure. 

Thanks to all and best of luck . . . 




Editors 



Editors Nancy Masison and Jane Montgomery 



First on the Scene — 
And still one jump ahead 




Business Managers Betsy Bonner and Joan Daniels 




Write-ups Staff: First row, left to right: 
Hans Peter Lundkvist, Robert Perlman, 
Michael Capuzzo. Second row: Carol 
Mather, Laurie Gaynor, Elizabeth Bonner, 
Susan McCafferty, Jennifer Renzi, Barbara 
Lynch, Alice Seward, Celeste Ford, Jane 
Atkins, Deborah Marvel. Third row: Lor- 
raine Butler, Susan DeFanti, Elaine Hanlon, 
Stephanie Ward. 





Biographies Co-Chairmen Carol Vaas and Kathleen Gallagher 



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Senior Biographies Staff 



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Seated, left to right: Diane 
Murphy, Luanne Lazzarro. 
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3 S. DeFeo 

4 A. DiBari 

5 A. Delaplace 

6 S. DiGregorio 

7 R. Dion 

8 J. Downey 

9 K. Eads 

10 J. Easland 

11 C. Elmes 

12 P. Flynn 

13 J. Folsonn 

14 J. Farrell 

15 D. Gaiiaglner 

16 T. Finnegan 

17 K. Gallagher 

18 L. Garofalo 

19 L. Gay nor 

20 J. Giblin 

21 D. Gottfried 

22 L. Greenlaw 

23 J. Hallion 

24 M. Hanley 

25 E. Hanlon 

26 S. Johns 

27 B. Harrington 

28 B. & B. Harris 

29 T. Harris & Family 

30 R. Hazle 

31 B. Irving 

32 D. Jacobs 

33 S. Johnson 

34 K. Jorgensen 

35 D. Kent 

36 C. Kerrigan 

37 P. Kugel 

38 J. Laham 



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SPONSORS 



Lester & Mildred Gaynor 

Ray and Dot Beaton 

Mr & Mrs Roger Sareault 

Mr & Mrs Joseph R Gallagher 

Mr & Mrs. Paul O'Sullivan 

Mr & Mrs Walter Jacobs 

Mr & Mrs Neal Finnegan 

Ellin Glancy 

Mr & Mrs David A Walsh 

Mr & Mrs J J Clancy 

Keith J Peden 

A Friend 

June Kinsman 

Mr. & Mrs Robert S Jorgensen 

Mr & Mrs James Pender 

David B Porter 

Charles & Ruth Masison 

Mr & Mrs Robert H Murphy 

Mrs Alexander A Will 

Phillip F Flaherty 

Mr & Mrs Richard K Watson 

Mr & Mrs Paul Burden 

Judith A Bolles 

Mr & Mrs Ansel R Butler 

Jane & Dick Folsom 

Mr & Mrs Charles J Clement 

Mr & Mrs James H Bonner 

Charles P Doyle 

Sebastian Bonaiuto 

Kathy Delaney 

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Mary F Renzi 

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Mr & Mrs Joseph McGilly 

Mr & Mrs Raymond Kodzis 

Mr & Mrs James Farrell 

Mr & Mrs Walter G Chmielorz 

Mr & Mrs Charles W Flahive 

Mr & Mrs Hazen J Saltmarsh 

Mr & Mrs Walter X Daniels & Family 

Peter T Case 

Mary Mullarkey 

A Friend 

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Judith DesPres 

Mr & Mrs Robert Gray 

Mrs S P Busalacchi 

Mrs Marion E Healy 

Mrs David R Perry 

A Friend 

Mr & Mrs Harvey E. Fischler 

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Mr Gail E Thwing 

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Priscilla J Congdon 

Mr & Mrs Edward Baker 

Donald F Beurman 

The Bergen Family 

Nadine M Weltman 

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Richard J Stack 

Mr & Mrs John L Wentzell 

Mr & Mrs John Sarro 

Carolyn Servello 

Mr Richard M Detwiler 

Duane. Eleanor & Jeff Kocina 

Mr & Mrs Robert Smith 

Mr & Mrs John G Tosi 

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William & Elizabeth Capuzzo 

The Easland Family 

Mr & Mrs Maxwell Montgomery 

Mr & Mrs S L Manchester 

Mr & Mrs Alan A Ward 

Mr & Mrs Richard M VanDusen 

Mr & Mrs Russell E Downes 

Janet S Wilkinson 

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Branded Liquors, Inc. 




Where will they be . . .??? 



Theresa Abbate 

Bridgewater State College 
Audrey Aldus 

Employment 
Cheryl Anderson 

Employment 
Stephanie Andrews 

Holy Cross 
Lina Angelici 

Villanova University 
Luke Angelus 

Boston University 
Nadia Atallah 

Boston University 
John Atchue 

University of Pennsylvania 
Jane Atkins 

R.P.I. 
Lynne Bachofner 

Trinity College 
Michelle Balliro 

Travel, Employment 
Debra Band 

Northeastern University 
Arlene Barbieri 

University of Massachusetts 
Julie Basile 

Endicott Jr. College 
Christine Beaton 

University of New Hampshire 
Stephen Beattie 

Nasson College 
Susan Beatty 

Worcester State College 
Jeffrey Beltis 

Franklin Institute of Boston 
Scott Benner 

Employment 
John Bennett 

Concordia of Montreal 
Diane Benson 

Endicott Jr. College 
Kathleen Berkland 

Ithaca College 
Bruce Bertman 

University of Jacksonville 
John Birtwistle 

Bridgeton Academy-College 
Gary Bogue 

Boston State College 
Mark Bolster 

Holy Cross 
Robert Bolster 

Rhode Island School of Design 
Elizabeth Bonner 

Stonehill College 
Janet Boucher 

Emmanuel College 
Robert Boyle 

Plymouth State College 
Barbara Breese 

Wesleyan University 
Donald Bryant 

Employment 
Jeffrey Bryant 

Employment 
Amy Burdan 

Colby College 
Barbara Burke 

Employment 
Lisa Busalacchi 

University of New Hampshire 
Lorraine Butler 

Westfield State College 
John Cachelin 

Babson College 
Sandra Capone 

U. Mass (Amherst) 
Catherine Caputo 

Bentley College 
Michael Capuzzo 

Northwestern University 
Amy Carro 

Salem State College 
Steven Carro 

Northeastern University 
Christopher Carroll 

St. Anselm's College 
Christian Carville 

College 
Joseph Casale 
Employment 



Debra Castrechini 

Employment 
Maribeth Cavanaugh 

Framingham State College 
Thecia Cecca 

Lasell Jr. College 
Robert Chmielorz 

Babson College 
Jon Christensen 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Lee Clancy 

University of Colorado 
Linda Clancy 

Mount Holyoke College 
David Clement 

Williams College 
Christopher Colella 

Northeastern University 
Charles Coleman 

University of Vermont 
Dillard Collins 

Lowell State College 
Lynne Colpitis 

U. Mass (Amherst) 
Scott Colwell 

University of New Hampshire 
Lynn Connors 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
James Cook 

Worcester Polytech 
Ronald Cook 

Employment 
Donna Corlito 

Aquinas Jr. College 
Gail Cosgrove 

Employment 
Alison Crawford 

Quincy Vocational Technical School 
Cathleen Cronin 

Boston College 
Paul Crowley 

University of West Virginia 
Michael Cudworth 

Employment 
Joan Cummiskey 

Bridgewater State College 
Stephen D'Ambrosio 

University of West Virginia 
Joan Daniels 

Bentley College 
Martin Dargan 

Massasoit Community College 
Greg Davis 

Culinary Training 
Dwight Deacon 

Employment 
Susan DeFanti 

Mass. College of Art 
Susan DeFeo 

Stonehill College 
Amy Delaplace 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Angela DiBari 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Stephen DiGregoria 

University of Maine 
Robert Dion 

Undecided 
Jane Downey 

Aquinas Jr. College 
Karen Eads 

Undecided 
Janet Easland 

Boston Conservatory of Music 
Patricia Effgen 

Lowell State College 
Bruce Eldridgc 

Employment, College 
Carol Elmes 

Faulkner Hospital School of Nursing 
William Fafara 

Employment 
Lorraine Farley 

U. Mass. (Boston) 
James Farrell 

Bridgewater Stale College 
Robert Ferzoco 

Salem State College 
Theresa Finnegan 

Providence College 
Donald Fitzpatrick 

Bridgewater State College 

160 



Thomas Florek 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Jane Flynn 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Pamela Flynn 

Plymouth State College 
Judith Folsom 

Mt. Ida Jr. College 
Celeste Ford 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Denise Gallagher 

Peabody School 
Kathleen Gallagher 

Framingham State College 
Mary Gallagher 

Employment 
Lisa Garofalo 

University of Rhode Island 
Laurie Gaynor 

Bates College 
Margaret Geary 

Bryn Mawr College 
Edward Germano 

Mt. Herman-Northfield Prep School 
Daniel Getchell 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Jeanne Giblin 

Northeastern University 
Robert Glaser 

Boston University 
Dorinda Gottfried 

Nasson College 
Lucy Greenlaw 

University of Maine 
Gregg Guinta 

Boston College 
Suzanne Gurski 

Employment 
Judy Hallion 

Employment 
Maureen Hanley 

McGill University 
Elaine Hanlon 

Wheaton College 
Leslie Hannon 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Brian Harrington 

Bentley College 
Janice Harrington 

Undecided 
Beth Harris 

Southeastern Mass. University 
Roberta Harris 

Mt. Ida Jr. College 
Thomas Harris 

Employment 
Kevin Harrison 

Stonehill College 
Lawrence Hayes 

Cape Cod Community College 
Robert Hazle 

University of Rhode Island 
Lindsay Henderson 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Stephen Holland 

Undecided 
Cynthia Howitt 

Undecided 
Patricia Hubbell 

Wellesley College 
Mark Hulbig 

Western New England College 
William Irving 

Trinity College 
Donna Jacobs 

Bentley College 
Albie Jarvis 

George Washington University 
Sara Johns 

Employment 
Sandra Johnson 

Employnjent 
Kyle Jorgensen 

Framingham State College 
Diane Kane 

Employment 
Katherine Kane 

Blue Hills Regional Tech School 
Patricia Kane 

Employment 
Michael Keane 

Lowell University 



Michael Keiley 

Dartmouth College 
Debra Kent 

Westfield State College 
Carol Kerrigan 

Blue Hills Regional Tech. School 
Sheila Kessler 

Employment 
Peter Killelea 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Thomas Kinsman 

Employment 
June Kinsman 

Framingham State College 
Jeffrey Kocina 

Plymouth State College 
Stephen Koury 

Northeastern University 
Margaret Kugel 

Salem State College 
Joseph Laham 

Employment 
Duane Landry 

Mass. Bay Community College 
James Lane 

Undecided 
Luanne Lazzaro 

Employment 
Thomas Leach 

U. Mass. (BostonI 
Theresa Lord 

Employment 
Wayne Lundberg 

Employment 
Hans Lundkvist 

Ase Gymnasium, Stockholm 
Barbara Lynch 

University of Connecticut 
William Lyons 

Providence College 
Therese MacLellan 

Faulkner School of Nursing 
Kathryn MacLeod 

Mt. Ida Jr. College 
James Maloof 

Tufts University 
Joan Manchester 

Lasell Jr. College 
Polly Manchester 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Caryl Mancinelli 

Employment 
Jeffrey Margensey 

Employment 
Stephen Martin 

Armed Services 
Deborah Marvel 

Wellesley College 
Nancy Masison 

Connecticut College 
David Masse 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Carol Mather 

University of Neuv Hampshire 
Charles Mathys 

University of Vermont 
Sue Ellen McAulay 

Employment 
Susan McCafferty 

Middlebury College 
Eric McCarthy 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Peter McCracken 

University of Maine 
Nancy McDonough 

Employment 
Emily McEntee 

Employment 
Karen McGilly 

Framingham State College 
Richard McGrail 

Undecided 
Michael Mclnnis 

Southeastern Mass. University 
Thomas Mclntyre 

Dartmouth College 
Lee McKenna 

American University 
Laurie McKeon 

Lesley University 
Lynne McParland 

Framingham State College 



Jeffrey Mingels 

Lowell University 
Scott Mirsky 

Education Postponed 1 Year 
Clifford Monac 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Jane Montgomery 

Mount Holyoke College 
Robert Mucciarone 

Employment 
Peter Mullarkey 

Worcester Polytech 
Ann Mullins 

Bates College 
Diane Murphy 

Blue Hills Vocational Technical School 
Karen Murphy 

Plymouth State College 
Robert Murphy 

Williams College 
Dorothy Napoleone 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Glenn Nelson 

Wentvi/orth Tech Institute 
Diane Nichols 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Michael J. O'Neil 

Employment 
Michael S. O'Neil 

Bentley College 
Michael O'Sullivan 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Victor Pandolfo 

Blue Hills Technical Institute 
Mark Pecararo 

Merrimack College 
Robert Perlman 

University of Connecticut 
Lynn Petrozzi 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Denise Piazza 

Southeastern Mass. University 
Christine Pinciaro 

Laboure Jr. College 
David Porter 

Berkshire Christian College 
Anthony Prevett 

Employment 
Michelle Quinn 

Employment 
Lisa Regan 

North Adams State College 
James Reilly 

Franklin Institute of Boston 
Mark Reilly 

Employment 
Jennifer Renzi 

Springfield College 
Donna Richardson 

Employment 
Suzanne Rieth 

Employment 
James Riordon 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Nancy Robertson 

Employment 
Karia Rosetti 

Mt. Ida Jr. College 
Diane Saari 

Mt. Ida Jr. College 
Cynthia Sareault 

Boston College 
Lynn Sarro 

Northeastern University 
Gail Schneider 

Employment 
Alice Seward 

Framingham State College 
George Shamon 

Blue Hills Regional Tech. School 
Pamela Sherlock 

Labore Jr. College 
Robert Shilo 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Paul Silverman 

Hobart College 
Charles Smith 

Georgetown University 
Gary N. Smith 

University of Miami 
Gary W. Smith 

Lowell University 

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Dana Schock 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Peter Schock 

Franklin Institute of Boston 
Timothy Scholz 

Employment 
Kimberly Smith 

Katharine Gibbs School 
Ann Sola 

Westbrook College 
John Spidi 

Northeastern University 
Christopher Stabile 

Travel 
Dean Steeger 

Northfield-Mt. Herman State . 
Brian Sullivan 

Stonehill College 
David Sullivan 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Fred Sullivan 

Mass. Bay Community College 
Laurel Suman 

Employment 
Judith Swangren 

Endicott Jr. College 
Donald Swann 

Bowdoin College 
Lana Swanson 

John Powers School 
Gail Systrom 

Employment 
Sharon Taylor 

Employment 
Susanna Thibault 

Boston College 
Margaret Thompson 

U. Mass. (Amherst) 
Michael Thornton 

Western New England College 
Patricia Tosi 

Skidmore College 
David Towne 

Blue Hills Technical Institute 
Eugene Tradd 

Western New England College 
David Trainor 

Lowell University 
Carol Vaas 

Connecticut College 
David Vogel 

Employment 
Janice Voltz 

Employment 
Diane Wade 

Wheaton College 
David Walsh 

Northeastern University 
Janet Ward 

Employment 
Stephanie Ward 

Holy Cross College 
Laura Watson 

Westfield State College 
Linda Watson 

Undecided 
Bradley Watts 

Duke University 
Christine Wayne 

Work, School 
David Whalen 

Trinity College 
Jeffrey Whiting 

University of Maine 
Carolyn Will 

New England College 
Paul Wilson 

Northeastern University 
Randall Wong 

Cornell University 
Kathryn Yavarow 

Windham College 
Larry Zorio 

Northeastern University 



HIGH STREET 
MEAT MARKET 

'We have the best meat, and that's no bull" 



687 High Street 
Westwood 



Sales 



Repairs 



CENTRAL VACUUMS 

Specializing in Built-in Vacuums 



Richard Kirby 
326-2949 



Westwood/ 128 Plaza 

222 Providence Highway 

Westwood, Mass. 02090 



BOB SMITH POOLS, INC 



92 Pond Street 
326-0470 



Display pool at 277 Providence Highway, Norwood - adjacent Simone's Flowers 



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YOULDEN'S HOBBY SHOP 



569 High Street 



Westwood 




Compliments 
of 



WESTWOOD PHARMACY, 
INC. 



936 High Street 
Westwood 



361-0083 


762-2936 


JOHN J 


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INC. 


Plumbing - 


- Heating - Gas Fitting 


50 Winter St. 
Westwood, Mass. 


994 River St. 
Hyde Park, Mass. 02136 





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PHONE: 326-5713 



DU-PRD COMPANY 

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QUICK OFFSET PRINTING 



JOE MURPHY 



913 HiGH St. 
WesTwaao, Mass. 02090 





CROWN CLEANSERS 



For the finest cleaning 



266 Washington Street 
IsHngton 

326-0773 



Compliments of 



DOCKSIDE SEAFOOD 



216 Providence Highway 
Westwood, Mass. 



164 



Best Wishes to the Class of '75 

WESTWOOD HIGH 
CUSTODIAL STAFF 

G. W. Syverson 




"For people who know what good is" 



EAGERMAN'S BAKERY OF DEDHAM 



Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. - 7 days and holidays 



329-4554 



Located at the Rear 
in the Dedham Plaza 



Compliments 
of 



NORWOOD AUTO DEALERS 
ASSOCIATION 



Mac-Moran Chevrolet 

Jack Madden Ford 

Norwood Automobile Company 

Boch Oldsmobile - AMC - Toyota 

Norwood Buick 

Sansone Motors 

Central Motors 



165 



WESTWOOD REXALL DRUG STORE 



683 High Street (At Gay Street) 



Westwood, Massachusetts 
326-8800 



Complete Orthopedic Appliance Center 



SKY-WAY CLEANERS 



922 High Street 



Westwood, Massachusetts 



Compliments 
of 



ERNEST JACOBY 
COMPANY, INC. 



Serving New England 







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The Country Store 




EDCnRTOUJN ^ NANTUCKET ^ CHATHAM ^ OJESTA/OOD 
FOR HILiLiS ^ BEVERUY FARMS ^ GREENWICH 




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Quality Foods at Discount Prices 
for the Quantity Buyer 

VALUE OUTLET 

224 Providence Highway 
Westwood 



329-4328 


J. W. ANDERSON & CO. 


102 Church Street 
Westwood, Mass. 02090 


• Remodehng 

• All Types Siding 

• Roofing - Gutters 

• Windows - Doors 


Carpenters 
Exterior - Interior Contracting 


rCMPArTOtS 






SUGAR SUITE 

ICECREAM 

PARLOR 



167 



WESTWOOD 
HARDWARE 



Westwood, Mass. 





SOUTH SHORE 
NATIONAL BANK 



301 Washington Street 



Westwood, Mass. 



168 



PLAZA MEAT MARKET 



Route 1 , Westwood 
329-9734 

Quality Meats 
Not Packaged 



Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1975 



WALLACE N. LEE, INC. 
MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS 



Westwood, Massachusetts 



HARDING-GLIDDEN, INC. 



PHOTOGRAPHY CUSTOM FRAMING 



736 High Street 
Westwood 

326-8182 





We curl up and dye for you 




BEAUTY ORIGINALE 




932 High Street 
Westwood 




326-8381 


Walk- 


in Service Air-Conditioned 



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'What will a man gain by winning the whole world, 
at the cost of his true self?" 

Matthew 16:26 
N.E.B. 




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dedham mater company 

20 MILTON STREET, EAST DEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 02026 (617) 326-8120 



FOR NEARLY A CENTURY WE'VE CARRIED THE WATER 



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Better Water Service In The American Tradition. 



DEDICATED TO COMMUNITY SERVICE 



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(SJesiwoocf z/nsurance yJaency, S/nc. 

ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 



GRISWOLD W. ROCHE 
HERBERT C. MUNROE 
RICHARD P. McCONNELL 



915 HIGH STREET 

WESTWOOD, MASS 02090 

326-60 I 5 



WESTWOOD GARDENS, INC. 



934 High St. 



Westwood, Mass. 



Phone 326-2006 



Flowers for all Occasions 



326-9870 Seven Barbers 

ISLINGTON SQUARE 
BARBERSHOP 

"We need your head to run our business" 

Mickey Anastasia, Proprietor 

291 Washington St., Route lA 
Islington 



WESTWOOD MOBIL 



710 High Street 
Westwood, Mass. 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the Class of '75. 



FOLSOM FUNERAL SERVICE 



Westwood - Dedham - Roslindale 



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Now the world is out there waiting for you. 
Now the future is what you will make it. 



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Which way to go? 

What pb to seek? 

Where is the yellow brick road? 

One company represents so many different 

avenues there may be a job opportunity that just 

fits your particidar talents. More important, 

a job that leads to a better job. Ask your 

guidance counselor where and when you can 

apply for an interview ivith 

New England Telephone. 

A people-to-people business. 

New England Telephone 
An equal opportunity e?nployer 



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IN MEMORY OF 

MICHAEL RIZZO 



1909-1974 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

. . . and the best of Fuck! We at Loring are proud 
of the part we have had in helping to make 
your classbook a permanent reminder of your 
school years, recording with photographs one of the 
happiest and most exciting times of your life! We 
hope that, just as you have chosen us as your 
class photographer, you will continue to think of 
Loring Studios when you want photographs to help 
you remember other momentous days to come! 
When you choose Loring portraits, you are sure of 
the finest craftsmanship at the most 
moderate prices! 

LORIIK STUDIOS 

New England's Fj Leading Portrait and Yearbook Photographers 



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ROCHE BROS. 
SUPERMARKETS 






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SUPER MARKETS 



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LAMBERTS RAINBOW 

FRUIT 



220 Providence Highway 
Westwood 



-Seven days without our fruits 

and vegetables 

makes one weak. 



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B&S COLONIAL 
SERVICE TEXACO 

Road Service Auto Repairing 



277 Washington Street 
Islington 



Richard Boone 



326-9772 



JOHN E. PATTERSON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



Complete Insurance Service 



329-1020- 1021 



563 High Street 



Westwood 




911 High St. 



Westwood, Mass. 



SOKOS DELI & PIZZA 



Call Your Orders Before You Leave Home - 
They Will Be Ready On Arrival 



7 Days 1 1 a.m. - 1 1 p.m. Phone 329-3922 



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WESTWOOD GULF 



722 High Street 
Westwood, Massachusetts 





Judy and Jean 

326-9688 



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Expert Colorist 



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HIS AND HERS STYLES 



305 WASHINGTON STREET 

P. O. BLOCK 

ISLINGTON, MASS. 02090 



DEDHAM GARDEN'S 
RESTAURANT 

Complete Dinners 

Pizzas 

Sandwiches 

Take-Out Orders 



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The Sign of excellence 

WESTWOOD. MASSACHUSETTS 
Wayland, Mass. Edgartown, Mass. 
Orleans, Mass. Hobe Sound, Fla. 






Compliments 
of 


MICHAELJ. 


CONNOLLY & SONS, 




INC. 




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iVestwood - Walpole Med'field 



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We wanderers, ever seeking the lonelier way, 
begin no day where we have ended another day; 
and no sunrise finds us where sunset left us. 

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